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Belt and Road

The top priority of the Belt and Road Initiative is infrastructure development, focusing on transportation, particularly railways, highways, as well as telecommunications and energy sectors.

Currently some

projects are planned or underway benefitting more than 80 countries

China’s Belt and Road Initiative is creating enormous business opportunities throughout Asia, Africa and Europe. 

Estimates indicate that Belt and Road infrastructure projects in Asia alone will require investments of US1.7 trillion a year through to 2030.

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ASEAN infrastructure gap turns negatives into positives

Stuart Tait

Group General Manager and Regional Head of Commercial Banking, Asia Pacific HSBC

With protectionism threatening to dim Europe’s economic lights, Southeast Asia – fuelled by its nation-building infrastructure activity – could be the commercial catalyst that European corporates need.

Lessons from the Marshall Plan

To maximise the Belt and Road (BRI) potential, should China learn from the US Marshall Plan; liberalise trade, share macro-economic expertise and invest in entrepreneurs?

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A prime example of the network is the Silk Road Railway departed in 2013, which goes through China’s Xinjiang Autonomous Region, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland and Germany as a land connection between Asia and Europe.


Quotable quotes on BRICS from world intellectual, business personnel:

"BRICS should be driven by 'People to People' contact. It should explore developing innovative mechanisms of Youth engagement."


China’s “One Belt, One Road” project aims to make central Asia more connected to the world, yet even before the initiative was formally announced China had helped to redraw the energy map of the region.

China wants to open up another transportation channel from southwest China to the Indian Ocean, bypassing the Strait of Malacca.


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