A new era of international economic cooperation

WITH an increasingly interdependent world economy, international economic cooperation is typically used to facilitate the processes of trade and investment. However, we see dramatic changes in the traditional definitions and functions of international economic cooperation. This has heightened the desire to revise the traditional international economic cooperation policies. One such move is through the introduction of the “Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)” by China.

Among others, the BRI redefines international economic cooperation in two ways.

Start your ads-free experience now!

Monthly Plan


Annual Plan


Billed as RM148.00/year

1 month

Free Trial

For new subscribers only

Cancel anytime. No ads. Auto-renewal. Unlimited access to the web and app. Personalised features. Members rewards.
Follow us on our official WhatsApp channel for breaking news alerts and key updates!

Next In Columnists

Rising young stars and dark horses keep one awake
Stop giving bogus monks money
Global Development Initiative puts TVET in the limelight
Rethinking federal-state relations
Joining BRICS right thing for Malaysia to do
Cutting to the root of painful family tradition
Emphasising shared humanity
Between trust and national interest
Of tall trees and strangling roots
Fuelling reforms

Others Also Read