The Belt and Road Initiative

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The Role of Infrastructure

Belt and Road initiative (BRI) will begin by building or improving the physical infrastructure both on and off the Belt and Road including rail lines, ports, power grids and telecommunications networks – which will facilitate the flow of these goods and services.

Companies inside China are not the only ones who will gain from the initiative. BRI is likely to result in opportunities throughout the infrastructure supply chain, from the largest construction firms to small specialist providers.

Infrastructure projects will be funded by strengthening the existing financial framework of lending and capital-raising, and will be further supported through new or enhanced customs, taxation and trade and investment policy conditions aimed at making trade between countries easier and stimulating economic growth.

 

BRI’S KEY OPPORTUNITIES FOR ASEAN

By James Cameron, Co-Head of Infrastructure and Real Estate Group, Asia-Pacific, HSBC, at Asean Connect 2017, held in Singapore on 27 April 2017.

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