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Investigation & Investment Opportunity Report on the Belt and Road Initiative of China During 2019-2023

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Chapter I: Significance and Layout of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
1.1: Core Elements of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
1.1.1: Principles of Joint Building
1.1.2: Framework Conception
1.1.3: Cooperation Highlights
1.1.4: Cooperation Mechanism
1.2: Significance of Implementing the “Belt and Road” Initiative
1.2.1: Realization of Global Rebalancing
1.2.2: Pursuit for Steady and Long-Term Economic Growth
1.2.3: Creation of New Regional Cooperation Mode
1.2.4: Promotion of Economic Restructuring and Upgrading
1.3: Regional Layout of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
1.3.1: Northwest and Northeast Regions
1.3.2: Southwest Region
1.3.3: Coastal Region and Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Regions
1.3.4: Inland Region
Chapter II: Analysis on International Influences of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
2.1: Influences of the “Belt and Road” Initiative on Global Pattern
2.1.1: Influences on Global Economic Structure
2.1.2: Influences on Global Political Pattern
2.1.3: Promotion for Eurasian Integration and Land-Sea Docking
2.1.4: Potential Domination for New Round of Globalization
2.2: Supports of the “Belt and Road” Initiative to Internationalization of Regional Economy
2.2.1: Connotation for Internationalization of Regional Economy
2.2.2: Major Patterns for Internationalization of Regional Economy
2.2.3: Promotion for New Type of Cooperation Platform by the “Belt and Road” Initiative
2.2.4: Measures to Promote Internationalization of Regional Economy
2.3: Analysis on International Risks of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
2.3.1: Geographical Risk
2.3.2: Economic Disparity
2.3.3: Civilization Conflict
2.3.4: Dominance Contention
Chapter III: Analysis on Domestic Influences of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
3.1: Positive Influence of the “Belt and Road” Initiative on China's Economy
3.1.1: Expansion of Foreign Direct Investment
3.1.2: Solution to Problem of Overcapacity
3.1.3: Extension of China's Comparative Advantages
3.1.4: Guidance on Return of Overseas Consumption
3.2: Influences of the “Belt and Road” Initiative on Pillar Industries
3.2.1: Influences on Infrastructure Industry
3.2.2: Influences on Automotive Industry
3.2.3: Influences on Engineering Machinery Industry
3.2.4: Influences on Strategic Emerging Industries
3.3: Influences of the "Belt and Road" Initiative on Market Trends
3.3.1: Influences on Financial Markets
3.3.2: Influences on Capital Market
3.3.3: Influences on Bulk Commodity Market
3.3.4: Influences on RMB Internationalization
3.4: The " Belt and Road" Initiative and Opening-up Strategy
3.4.1: Remarkable Results for Opening-up Strategy
3.4.2: Reshaping of Opening-up Pattern in China
3.4.3: Close Linkage with Free Trade Zone Strategy
3.5: Support of the “Belt and Road” Initiative for Chinese Enterprises to "Go global"
3.5.1: Driving for Chinese Enterprises to Invest Abroad
3.5.2: Promotion for Growth of Local Brands
3.5.3: Support for Private Enterprise Resource Sharing
3.5.4: Creation of New Opportunities for Enterprises in International Cooperation
Chapter IV: Endogenous Analysis on China's Implementation of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
4.1: Economic Basis
4.1.1: Macroeconomic Growth
4.1.2: Status Quo of Industrial Economy
4.1.3: Scale of Financial Revenue and Expenditure
4.1.4: Scale of Foreign Exchange Reserves
4.2: Growth Drivers
4.2.1: Investment Scale
4.2.2: Scale of Consumption
4.2.3: Scale of Import and Export
4.3: Transformation and Upgrading
4.3.1: Adjustment of Economic Structure
4.3.2: Optimization of Industrial Structure
4.3.3: Transformation of Traditional Industries
4.3.4: Rapid Development of Emerging Industries
4.4: Technical Support
4.4.1: Acceleration of Scientific and technological Innovation
4.4.2: Prosperous High-Tech Industry
4.4.3: Globally Leading High-Speed Rail Technology
4.4.4: Development for New Generation of Information Technology
4.5: Policy Support
4.5.1: Support of General Administration of Customs to Building of the “Belt and Road”
4.5.2: Promotion for Education Initiative on Joint Building of the “Belt and Road”
4.5.3: Scientific and Technological Innovation and Cooperation Planning for Building of the “Belt and Road”
4.5.4: Promotion for Construction and Application of Spatial Information Corridor
4.5.5: Acceleration for International Road Transport Facilitation
4.6: Construction of Free Trade Zone
4.6.1: Comprehensive Benefits of Free Trade Zone
4.6.2: Upgrade and Expansion of Free Trade Zone
4.6.3: Further Reform of Free Trade Zone
4.6.4: Prospects Planning for Free Trade Zone
Chapter V: Analysis on Trade between China and Countries along the Belt and Road
5.1: Pattern of China in Global Trade
5.1.1: Scale of Import and Export Trade
5.1.2: Subject of Import and Export Trade
5.1.3: Mode of Import and Export Trade
5.1.4: Import and Export Commodity Structure
5.2: Pattern of Countries along the Belt and Road in Global Trade
5.2.1: Scale of Trade along the Belt and Road
5.2.2: Regional Trade Structure
5.2.3: Country Trade Structure
5.3: Trade Pattern between China and Countries along the Belt and Road
5.3.1: Analysis on Total Trade Volume
5.3.2: Analysis on Trade Products
5.3.3: Analysis on Trade Subject
5.3.4: Analysis on Trade Mode
5.3.5: Trade Cooperation Mode
5.3.6: Provincial and Municipal Trade Characteristics
5.4: Trade Pattern in China and Regions along the “Belt and Road”
5.4.1: Characteristics of Regional Trade
5.4.2: Regional Trade Products
5.4.3: Subject of Regional Trade
5.4.4: Mode of Regional Trade
Chapter VI: Analysis on Investment Potential of "Silk Road Economic Belt"
6.1: Interpretation on "Silk Road Economic Belt" Initiative
6.1.1: Connotation Definition
6.1.2: Strategic Features
6.1.3: Radiation Range
6.1.4: Cooperation Mode
6.2: Analysis on Investment Opportunities of Silk Road Economic Belt
6.2.1: Energy Cooperation
6.2.2: Economic Trade
6.2.3: Connectivity
6.2.4: Regional Cooperation
6.2.5: Financial Cooperation
6.3: Progress for Building of Silk Road Economic Belt, 2016-2018
6.3.1: Foreign Trade of Silk Road Economic Belt
6.3.2: Cooperation along the Silk Road Economic Belt
6.3.3: Building of Silk Road Economic Belt in Central Asia
6.3.4: Promotion for Reform of Regional Clearance Integration
6.4: Active Docking of Regions along the Silk Road Economic Belt
6.4.1: Xinjiang
6.4.2: Qinghai
6.4.3: Ningxia
6.4.4: Gansu
6.4.5: Shaanxi
6.4.6: Henan
6.5: Strategic Measures for Development of Silk Road Economic Belt
6.5.1: Policy Coordination
6.5.2: Infrastructure Connectivity
6.5.3: Unimpeded Trade
6.5.4: Financial Integration
6.5.5: People-to-People Ties
Chapter VII: Analysis on Investment Potential of "21st Century Maritime Silk Road"
7.1: Interpretation of "21st Century Maritime Silk Road" Initiative
7.1.1: Strategic Connotation
7.1.2: Radiation Range
7.1.3: Strategic Value
7.2: Progress for Building of 21st Century Maritime Silk Road
7.2.1: Continuous Opening of New Routes
7.2.2: Constant Deepening of International Exchanges
7.2.3: Protection for Cultural Relics of Maritime Silk Road
7.2.4: Fund of Maritime Silk Road
7.2.5: Bond of Maritime Silk Road
7.3: Active Docking of Regions along the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road
7.3.1: Zhejiang
7.3.2: Shandong
7.3.3: Fujian
7.3.4: Guangdong
7.3.5: Hainan
7.4: Strategic Measures for Development of 21st Century Maritime Silk Road
7.4.1: Realization of Functions of APEC Platform
7.4.2: Realization of Functions of China-ASEAN Free Trade Zone Cooperation Platform
7.4.3: Utilization and Integration of Functional Cooperation Mechanisms and Projects
7.4.4: Consolidation of Free Trade Zone for Promotion of Trade Facilitation
7.4.5: Acceleration for Construction of "Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor"
Chapter VIII: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Domestic Beneficial Regions of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
8.1: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Xinjiang
8.1.1: Investment Appeal
8.1.2: Regional Economic Scale
8.1.3: Industry Investment Orientation
8.1.4: Risk Factors and Strategies
8.2: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Shaanxi Province
8.2.1: Investment Appeal
8.2.2: Regional Economic Scale
8.2.3: Trade Investment Scale
8.2.4: Industry Investment Orientation
8.2.5: Risk Factors and Strategies
8.2.6: Future Development Planning
8.3: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Fujian Province
8.3.1: Investment Appeal
8.3.2: Regional Economic Scale
8.3.3: Trade Investment Scale
8.3.4: Industry Investment Orientation
8.3.5: Risk Factors and Strategies
8.3.6: Future Development Planning
8.4: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Guangdong Province
8.4.1: Investment Appeal
8.4.2: Regional Economic Scale
8.4.3: Trade Investment Scale
8.4.4: Industry Investment Orientation
8.4.5: Risk Factors and Strategies
8.4.6: Future Development Planning
8.5: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Other Regions
8.5.1: Qinghai
8.5.2: Ningxia
8.5.3: Liaoning
8.5.4: Hainan
Chapter IX: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Overseas Beneficial Regions of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
9.1: Analysis on Investment Environment in Russia
9.1.1: Investment Appeal
9.1.2: Level of Economic Development
9.1.3: Analysis on Investment Opportunities
9.1.4: Proposals on Industrial Investment
9.2: Analysis on Investment Environment in Kazakhstan
9.2.1: Investment Appeal
9.2.2: Level of Economic Development
9.2.3: Analysis on Investment Opportunity
9.3: Analysis on Investment Environment in India
9.3.1: Investment Appeal
9.3.2: Level of Economic Development
9.3.3: Analysis on Investment Opportunities
9.3.4: Analysis on Investment Barriers
9.4: Analysis on Investment Environment in Indonesia
9.4.1: Investment Appeal
9.4.2: Level of Economic Development
9.4.3: Investment and Cooperation between China and India
9.4.4: Analysis on Investment Opportunities
9.5: Analysis on Investment Environment in Iran
9.5.1: Investment Appeal
9.5.2: Level of Economic Development
9.5.3: Investment and Cooperation between China and Iran
9.5.4: Analysis on Investment Barriers
Chapter X: Analysis on Investment Opportunities in Key Beneficial Industries of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
10.1: Analysis on Investment Opportunities of Infrastructure Industry
10.1.1: Enormous Demand for Infrastructure in Countries along the Belt and Road
10.1.2: Southeast Asian Infrastructure Investment Opportunities
10.1.3: Infrastructure and Capacity Cooperation as Leading Investment Fields
10.1.4: Infrastructure Investment Prospects of the “Belt and Road”
10.2: Analysis on Investment Opportunities of Energy Industry
10.2.1: Economic Scale of China's Energy Industry
10.2.2: Building of a Global Energy Market by the “Belt and Road”
10.2.3: Cooperation in Promotion of Cross-Border Energy Connectivity
10.2.4: Renewable Energy Investment Opportunities
10.3: Analysis on Investment Opportunities of Logistics Industry
10.3.1: Economic Scale of China's Logistics Industry
10.3.2: Analysis on Prosperity of China Logistics Industry
10.3.3: Promotion of the “Belt and Road” Initiatives to Cross-Border Logistics Development
10.3.4: Popular Investment Fields in Logistics Market
10.4: Other Industries
10.4.1: Great Support of the “Belt and Road” Initiative to Transformation and Upgrading of Steel Industry
10.4.2: Expansion of Cultural Industry Capacity by the “Belt and Road” Initiative
10.4.3: Investment Opportunities in Financial Sector along the “Belt and Road”
Chapter XI: Analysis on Sources of Funding for Strategic Investment of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
11.1: Funding Needs and Sources of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
11.1.1: Financing Needs
11.1.2: Financing Platform
11.1.3: Financing Channels
11.2: Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)
11.2.1: Fund Scale of AIIB
11.2.2: Investment of AIIB
11.2.3: Influences on the “Belt and Road” Initiative
11.3: New Development Bank (NDB)
11.3.1: Investment of NDB
11.3.2: Investment Direction of NDB
11.3.3: Challenges for NDB
11.4: Silk Road Fund
11.4.1: Fund Scale of Silk Road Fund
11.4.2: Investment of Silk Road Fund
11.4.3: Strategic Significance of Silk Road Fund
11.5: China's Policy Banks
11.5.1: Export-Import Bank of China (EIBC)
11.5.2: China Development Bank (CDB)
11.5.3: Agricultural Development Bank of China (ADBC)
Chapter XII: Analysis on Financing Models for Strategic Investment of the “Belt and Road”
12.1: PPP Model
12.1.1: Definition
12.1.2: Features
12.1.3: Opportunities of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
12.2: BOT Model
12.2.1: Definition
12.2.2: Features
12.2.3: Operation Mechanism
12.2.4: Analysis on Advantages and Disadvantages
12.3: BOO Model
12.3.1: Definition
12.3.2: Applicable Scope
12.3.3: Operation Mechanism
12.3.4: Analysis on Advantages and Disadvantages
12.4: TOT Model
12.4.1: Definition
12.4.2: Features
12.4.3: Operation Mechanism
Chapter XIII: Risk Warning and Strategy Analysis on Strategic Investment of the “Belt and Road” Initiative
13.1: Domestic Market Investment Risk
13.1.1: Policy Risk
13.1.2: Market Risk
13.1.3: Financial Risk
13.1.4: Competitive Risk
13.1.5: Technical Risk
13.2: Domestic Market Investment Strategy
13.2.1: Scientific and Rational Decision-Making
13.2.2: Expansion of Channel Financing
13.2.3: Innovation of Operational Modes
13.2.4: Improvement of Cost Control
13.2.5: Establishment of Exit Mechanism
13.3: Investment Risks in Overseas Markets
13.3.1: Investment Barriers
13.3.2: Sovereign Risks
13.3.3: Economic Risks
13.3.4: Security Risks
13.3.5: Fund Risks
13.4: Investment Strategy in Overseas Markets
13.4.1: Investment
13.4.2: Trade
13.4.3: Contracting of Projects
13.4.4: Labor Service Cooperation
13.4.5: Prevention from Investment Cooperation Risks
13.4.6: Enhancement of Docking with Domestic Development
13.4.7: Other Precautions
13.5: Foreign Trade Cooperation Strategy
13.5.1: Construction of Trade Connectivity Infrastructure
13.5.2: Improvement of Mechanism and Platform for Trade Cooperation
13.5.3: Deepening of Industrial Cooperation with Countries along the Belt and Road
13.5.4: Optimization of Trade and Investment Facilitation Environment

图表目录

Table 1 Gross Domestic Product and Its Growth Rate, 2012-2016
Table 2 Proportion of Added Value of Three Industries in Gross Domestic Production, 2012-2016
Table 3 Total Industrial Added Value and Growth Rate, 2012-2016
Table 4 Year-on-Year Growth Rate of Added Value of Industries above Designated Scale, 2016-2017
Table 5 National General Public Budget Revenue, 2012-2016
Table 6 Scale of National Foreign Exchange Reserves by the End of 2012-2016
Table 7 Scale of Fixed Assets Investment in Whole Society, 2012-2016
Table 8 Year-on-Year Growth Rate of National Investment in Fixed Assets (Excluding Farm Households), 2016-2017
Table 9 Growth of Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods, 2012-2016
Table 10 Year-on-Year Growth Rate of Total Retail Sales of Consumer Goods in Months, 2016-2017
Table 11 Total Import and Export of Goods, 2012-2016
Table 12 Proportion f Strategic Emerging Industries in GDP, 2010-2020
Table 13 National Financial Expenditure on Science and Technology in 2016
Table 14 Subject of China's Import and Export Trade (Enterprise Nature) in 2016
Table 15 Mode of China's Import and Export Trade in 2016
Table 16 Top 10 Products in China Exported to Global Markets in 2016
Table 17 Top 10 Products in China Imported from Global Markets in 2016
Table 18 Proportion of Trade of Countries along the Belt and Road in Global Trade, 2011-2016
Table 19 Proportion of GDP of China and Countries along the Belt and Road in Global GDP in 2016
Table 20 Proportion of Population of China and Countries along the Belt and Road in Global Population in 2016
Table 21 Proportion of Trade between China and Countries along the Belt and Road in Global Trade in 2016
Table 22 Top 20 Countries in Trade Volume in Countries along the Belt and Road in 2016 (by Total Imports and Exports)
Table 23 Proportion of Trade Volume between China and Countries along the Belt and Road in Total Trade Volume between China and World, 2011-2016
Table 24 Export Volume and Import Volume between China and Countries along the Belt and Road, 2011-2016
Table 25 Trade Surplus and Deficit between China and Countries along the Belt and Road, 2011-2016
Table 26 Top 10 Products in China Exported to Countries along the Belt and Road in 2016
Table 27 Top 10 Products in China Imported from Countries along the Belt and Road in 2016
Table 28 Changes of China in Subject of Export Trade to Countries along the Belt and Road, 2011-2016
Table 29 Changes of China in Subject of Import Trade to Countries along the Belt and Road, 2011-2016
Table 30 Changes of China in Mode of Export Trade to Countries along the Belt and Road, 2011-2016
Table 31 Changes of China in Mode of Import Trade to Countries along the Belt and Road, 2011-2016
Table 32 Classification for Trade Cooperation Modes between China and Countries along the Belt and Road
Table 33 Classification on Overall Trade Cooperation Mode between China's Provincial-level Administrative Units and Countries along the Belt and Road
Table 34 Trade for China's Provinces and Municipalities with Countries along the “Belt and Road” in 2016
Table 35 Proportions of Trade in China and Major Regions along the “Belt and Road” in 2016
Table 36 Top 10 Products of China Exported to East Asia (Mongolia) in 2016
Table 37 Top 10 Products of China Imported from East Asia (Mongolia) in 2016
Table 38 Top 10 Products of China Exported to Southeast Asia in 2016
Table 39 Top 10 Products of China Imported from Southeast Asia in 2016
Table 40 Top 10 Products of China Exported to South Asia in 2016
Table 41 Top 10 Products of China Imported from South Asia in 2016
Table 42 Top 10 Products of China Exported to Central Asia in 2016
Table 43 Top 10 Products of China Imported from Central Asia in 2016
Table 44 Top 10 Products of China Exported to West Asia and North Africa in 2016
Table 45 Top 10 Products of China Imported from West Asia and North Africa in 2016
Table 46 Top 10 Products of China Exported to Eastern Europe in 2016
Table 47 Top 10 Products of China Imported from Eastern Europe in 2016
Table 48 Overall Changes of Foreign Trade in Silk Road Economic Belt, 2014-2016
Table 49 Agreements between China and Central Asian Countries to Promote Silk Road Economic Belt, 2014-2016
Table 50 List of Main Business Areas of Chinese Companies in Central Asian Countries in 2016
Table 51 Fujian's Investment in Countries Related to the Maritime Silk Road, 2015-2016
Table 52 Distribution of Fujian's Investment in Countries Related to the Maritime Silk Road, 2016
Table 53 GDP and Growth Rate of Shaanxi Province, 2012-2016
Table 54 Proportion Structure of Three Industries in Shaanxi Province in 2016
Table 55 GDP and Growth Rate in Fujian Province, 2012-2016
Table 56 GDP and Growth Rate in Guangdong Province, 2011-2016
Table 57 National Total Energy Production and Growth Rate, 2011-2016
Table 58 National Total Energy Consumption and Growth Rate, 2011-2016
Table 59 Total Scale of China's Social Logistics, 2007-2016
Table 60 Proportion of Total Social Logistics Costs in GDP, 2007-2016
Table 61 China's Logistics Industry Prosperity Index, 2011-2017
Table 62 Investment direction of AIIB

The “Belt and Road” is short for the "Silk Road Economic Belt" and the "21st Century Maritime Silk Road". In September and October 2013, Chinese President Xi Jinping proposed the strategic concept to build the "New Silk Road Economic Belt" and the "21th Century Maritime Silk Road".

The building of the “Belt and Road” conforms to the trend of multi-polarization, economic globalization, cultural diversification and social informatization in the world. It is upholding the open spirit of regional cooperation and devoting itself to safeguarding the global free trade system and the open-world economy. The goal for the building of the “Belt and Road” is to accelerate the orderly flow of economic elements, the efficient allocation of resources and the depth of market integration, promote the coordination of economic policies among the countries along the Belt and Road, and carry out the regional cooperation in larger scale, higher grade and deeper level, in order to jointly create the open, inclusive, balanced and widely beneficial economic cooperation framework.

The countries along the Belt and Road have different features and strong economic complementarity, so that there is great potential for mutual cooperation. The “Belt and Road” initiative focuses on policy coordination, infrastructure connectivity, unimpeded trade, financial integration and people-to-people ties. On March 28, 2015, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of Commerce jointly released the "Vision and Actions on Jointly Building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road". This proposed to focus on the key channels, key nodes and key projects of traffic infrastructure, give priority to opening up the missing sections and unblocking the bottleneck sections, complement and improve the road safety protection facilities and traffic management facilities and equipment, and enhance the accessibility of roads; expand the mutual investment fields, carry out the further cooperation in agriculture, forestry, fisheries, manufacturing and processing of agricultural machinery and agricultural products, promote the cooperation in processing and transformation of energy resources in the vicinity, and form the industrial chain integrating upstream and downstream energy resources for cooperation; accelerate the investment facilitation process and eliminate the investment barriers. Moreover, it is necessary to enhance the bilateral investment protection agreements, avoid the double taxation agreement negotiations and protect the legitimate rights and interests of investors.

The positive effect of building the “Belt and Road” is gradually emerging. China has already established over 50 overseas economic and trade cooperation areas with the relevant countries. In 2016, the total trade volume between China and other countries along the Belt and Road was about 953.59 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for 25.7% of China's total foreign trade volume, with an increase of 0.4% from that of 2015. From the perspective of the trade market, Southeast Asia is the largest export destination and source of imports. Among them, Vietnam surpassed Malaysia and became the largest trading partner among the countries along the Belt and Road.

The “Belt and Road” Initiative relies on major international routes of land that is supported by key cities along the Belt and Road, with the key economic and trade industrial parks as the cooperation platform, to jointly create the international economic cooperation corridors such as New Eurasian Continental Bridge, China-Mongolia-Russian Economic Corridor, China-Central Asia-West Asia Economic Corridor, China-Indochina Peninsula Economic Corridor. Meanwhile, the “Belt and Road” focuses on the key maritime ports as nodes to jointly build a safe, efficient and efficient transport corridor. The two economic corridors including China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Economic Corridor are closely linked with the promotion for building the “Belt and Road”. We must further promote the cooperation for greater progress.

The Investigation & Investment Opportunity Report on the Belt and Road Initiative of China During 2019-2023 released by China Investment Consulting(CIC) has 13 chapters. First of all, the report introduces the connotation, layout and domestic and international implications of the “Belt and Road” initiatives. Then, the report meticulously analyzes the endogenous dynamics of China's implementation of the “Belt and Road” Initiative and elaborates the development of domestic beneficiary regions, overseas beneficiary regions and key beneficiary industries. Finally, the report provides a detailed analysis on the sources of funding, financing models, investment risks and strategies for the “Belt and Road” Initiative.

The data of this research report is sourced from the State Statistics Bureau, National Development and Reform Commission, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Commerce, CIC Industrial Research Center, China Investment Consulting (CIC) Market Research Center and other key publications at home and abroad. The data is authoritative, detailed and abundant. Moreover, the scientific analysis and forecasting have been made on the relevant indicators through the professional analysis model. If you or your organization intend to receive a systematic understanding of the “Belt and Road” Initiative or to invest in the industries related to the “Belt and Road”, this report will be an indispensable and important reference tool for you.

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