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一帶一路簡要

一帶一路 - 亞歐新秩序
「一帶一路」,即「絲綢之路經濟帶」和「21世紀海上絲綢之路」,是中國對外發展的重要戰略。旨在推動沿線各國實現經濟政策協調,促進經濟要素有序自由流動、資源高效配置和市場深度融合,共同打造開放、包容、均衡、普惠的區域經濟合作架構。
中國發改委於2015年3月28日發布一份《推動共建絲綢之路經濟帶和21世紀海上絲綢之路的願景與行動》,概括地描述了「一帶一路」建設的框架思路、合作重點和合作機制。
接通新商機
「一帶一路」旨在推動市場的深度融合,並加強不同經濟體之間的聯繫,為亞洲與世界其他地區之間的資金、商品及服務流通注入動力。

「一帶一路」為全球商家帶來新機遇,讓跨國公司以至中小企得以開拓新興市場,並與中國內地、東盟、中東、中歐及東歐等地擴展商機。而沿線新興經濟體的投資及貿易活動增多,勢必加速社會整體發展,令各方受惠。

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BELT AND ROAD BASICS

The Belt and Road Initiative - A road map to THE FUTURE
The Belt and Road Initiative refers to the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, a significant development strategy launched by the Chinese government with the intention of promoting economic co-operation among countries along the proposed Belt and Road routes. The Initiative has been designed to enhance the orderly free-flow of economic factors and the efficient allocation of resources. It is also intended to further market integration and create a regional economic co-operation framework of benefit to all.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) issued its Vision and Actions on Jointly Building the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road on 28 March 2015. This outlined the framework, key areas of co-operation and co-operation mechanisms with regard to the Belt and Road Initiative.
A bridge to NEW OPPORTUNITIES
The Belt and Road initiative is set to reinvigorate the seamless flow of capital, goods and services between Asia and the rest of the world, by promoting further market integration and forging new ties among communities.

The Initiative offers global businesses - from multinationals to small- and medium-sized enterprises - unparalleled opportunities to tap into new markets along the Belt and Road and gain deeper access to markets in the Chinese mainland, ASEAN, the Middle East, and Central and Eastern Europe. For developing and emerging economies in these areas, investment and trade accelerate development for the benefit of all.

Opportunities in 5 key areas