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Contact us Featured topic: Rather than a foreign aid program or merely a network of trading routes, at its heart One Belt, One Road OBOR is a debt-financed infrastructure development strategy. Stretching from Asia to Europe, it encompasses more than 60 countries, with official figures stating that there are deals underway currently.
Special reports One Belt, One Road: Regional mapping lists out infrastructure project pipelines, providing a varied sampling to show the types of development activities that characterise a region.
This presents considerable opportunity for corporations, with contracts being awarded for a range of projects, including transport, water and waste, energy, telecoms, social and health. Organisations that are especially well placed to benefit from this include corporates and professional services companies, from engineering to telecommunications, and from banking to legal services.
How the EIU can help While the report provides an overview of the opportunities and risk factors, organisations that are seriously exploring the OBOR initiative will need additional details, comparative rankings or strategic advice.
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