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The Role of Energy within BRI

Business and Geopolitical Perspectives

The Belt & Road Initiative: Scope of Projects and Financing Issues

The Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is a devel­opment strategy announced by Xi Jinping in 2013. Initially called One Belt One Road (OBOR), it was renamed to better allow it to encompass six land corridors, one maritime corridor, and more recently an Arctic ‘Ice Silk…

BRI: Dispute Resolution and Jurisdictional Issues

The Belt and Road Initiative, one of the largest infrastructure and investment projects ever envisioned, possibly offers interesting opportunities for non-Chinese participation.

Belt & Road Initiative: Business Opportunities and Challenges for European SMEs

The size and scope of China’s Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) warrant European companies, including SMEs, giving it a close look. In fact, according to the European Chamber’s Business Confidence Survey 2018, businesses are doing just that: more than half of respondents saw opportunities in…

BRI: An Optimistic View from Harrogate, UK

The Belt and Road Initiative created by Xi Jinping some five years ago continues to form a major part of China’s international political agenda.

BRI: The Long and Winding Road

This year we have been celebrating the 40th anniversary of China’s reform and opening-up, a truly remarkable and fundamentally transforming time for China and the global economy. I have personally witnessed how new infrastructure projects in roads, harbours, airports and the like have connected local…

Elevating your China Story to Global Audiences in Times of Uncertainty

By Tom Howard, the Marketing and Communications Forum Chair of the European Chamber and Associate Director of Burson Cohn & Wolfe