One Belt One Road: An Economic Roadmap

The Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road—better known by its popular shorthand terms of One Belt, One Road (OBOR) and the Belt-Road initiative—has become one of the most discussed topics about China’s evolving role in the global economy today.

The EIU has produced “One Belt, One Road: an economic roadmap" to add clarity to the discussion and stimulate more informed consideration about the implications of OBOR.

To that end, this report explores seven key regional spheres covered by the Belt-Road initiative: Africa, Central Asia, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, Russia, South Asia and South-east Asia.

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