"One belt - one way"
China’s One Belt — One Way Initiative is a program linked Asia and Africa with Europe via land and sea routes to deepen regional integration, promote trade, and stimulate economic growth. The initiative includes the Silk Road Economic Belt — the transcontinental corridor connecting China with Southeast Asia, South Asia, Central Asia, Russia and Europe by land — and the 21st Century Sea Silk Road connecting China’s coastal regions with Southeast Asia, South Asia, the countries of the South Pacific, the Middle East, East Africa and Europe. The program involves attracting investment in the development of infrastructure facilities.
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8 publications
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Overview
04/30/2020
Overview
04/30/2020
COVID-2019 and the Future of the Belt and Road Initiative
The rapid spread of COVID-19 has led to uncertainty and loss of confidence unseen since 2008. The market volatility has also risen extremely fast to a level unseen over the last decade. Even against this unfavorable environment, there are sectors that have taken a disproportionate hit, including tourism, passenger transportation, airlines, hotels — practically everything that has a built-in key cross-border dimension.
Asian Financial Cooperation Association
Article
01/01/2020
Can the New Silk Road Compete with the Maritime Silk Road?
What are the pros and cons of the rail routes compared to the sea?