One Belt, One Road: Mapping China's Further Integration Into the Global Economy

One Belt, One Road: Mapping China's Further Integration Into the Global Economy


March 2017

The one belt, one road initiative refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt and Maritime Silk Road, a significant development strategy launched by the Chinese government. The initiative aims to enhance the connectivity, cooperation and open trade between China and over 60 countries across the proposed belt route and Europe. It is also intended to further market integration and create a regional economic co-operation framework of benefit to all. The trillion US dollar infrastructure projects are set to create huge growth opportunities across the world but particularly in China and Asia. This session will focus on the main projects and goals the policy has already achieved and look to where the future focus is focused. You will gain valuable insights about the challenges and benefits 3rd and 4th tier cities will face and how occupiers and developers can be best placed to maximise opportunities that arise from the policy. This includes how Central and South East Asia are set to benefit through increased construction, business growth and commercial development. Understanding how these projects are due to change the world's economy is an essential requirement for investors and occupiers alike looking to benefit from one of the largest changes to global trade. Key Takeaways: • Understand the one belt, one road policy and how it will influence businesses across all sectors • Analyse how your business may be affected by the one belt, one road policy and what you can do to maximise the benefits. • Explore future opportunities that arise from the one belt, one road policy that can be harnessed to enhance corporate real estate.

Keywords: Shanghai2017, 2017 Shanghai Summit, Silk Road Economic Belt, Maritime Silk Road, infrastructure

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