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‘One Belt One Road’ Forges New Connections

by CKGSB Knowledge

April 20, 2017

China’s One Belt, One Road initiative is the fusion of two development schemes: The land-based Silk Road Economic Belt, and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. Together, they comprise infrastructure between 65 countries containing 63% of the world population, more than 35% of global merchandise trade, and 30% of global GDP. To date about US $150 billion in investment has been committed. This infographic can tell you more about ‘One Belt One Road’ projects, including approximate annual trade volume and financial might.

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