China’s Silk Road Economic Belt – New Issue of China Briefing Magazine
By China Briefing
Posted: 25th September 2015 11:14
The latest issue of China Briefing Magazine, titled “China’s Silk Road Economic Belt”, is out now and available to subscribers as a complimentary download in the Asia Briefing Bookstore through the month of September.
- The Great Game Reinvented
Connecting & Developing Chinese Central Asia: Urumqi & Kashgar
- Connecting China with South-East Asia
- Silk Road Conclusions & The Impact on China
As envisioned by Beijing, the new Silk Road Economic Belt and Maritime routes will comprise two distinct transportation corridors: a land route that connects Xi’an in West China to Duisburg in Germany and Rotterdam in the Netherlands by way of Central Asia, and a sea route that connects South China to North and East Africa by way of Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia , Sri Lanka, Myanmar and India. China is prepared to invest hundreds of billions of dollars in making this happen over the course of the next few decades. It is the largest diplomatic and infrastructure effort ever put into place. In the words of President Xi Jinping, it will create the world’s biggest single market.
It is already known that China spends 8.5 percent of its total GDP on infrastructure, the highest percentage in the world. Getting to grips with accessing that in the form of infrastructure projects is an issue right at the top of every major manufacturer and contractor involved in infrastructure development worldwide.
This issue of China Briefing outlines the fundamentals of China’s proposed new Silk Road Economic Belt. It begins by highlighting the overland route that encompasses Central Asia, and then details plans behind maritime and overland routes through South-East Asia.
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