Other side of One-Belt One-Road plan

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  • Saturday, 09 Jul 2016

China’s ambitious initiative will not only change global trade but will also have an impact on the region’s politics and cultures.

WHEN Chinese president Xi Jinping proposed the “New economic belt of the Silk Road” and the “21st century maritime Silk Road” – referred to as the One-Belt One-Road economic development strategy, back in 2013 – many were unable to visualise the global impact.

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Opinion , Tan Yew Sing


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