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Belt and Road Nations Account for 26 Percent of China's Total Trade
Trade with countries along the Belt and Road, a China-proposed initiative to enhance international connections, amounts to $236 billion in the first quarter of 2015
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- With China's Silk Road Initiative, SCO Eyes Bigger Global Role
- Silk Road Tourism to Produce 1+1>2 Benefits
- China to Unveil Silk Road Tour at Berlin World Tourism Fair
- China to Improve Cooperation along Belt and Road
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Road to Greatness
'Belt and Road' action plan will stimulate trillion yuan outbound
A Second Wind for an Ancient Route
The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiative is expected to bring benefits to countries and regions along the route
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'Marshall Plan' Copycat Allegations Misleading
The development initiatives championed by China will benefit all nations involved
The 'Belt and Road' Initiative Brings New Opportunities
The "Belt and Road" initiative will not only drive Chinese domestic development but also will influence its foreign policy
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Ancient Silk Road
The Silk Road, or Silk Route, is a series of trade and cultural transmission routes that were central to economic and cultural interaction throughout regions of the Asian continent. It connected the West and East by linking traders, merchants, pilgrims, monks and soldiers from China to the Mediterranean Sea during various periods of time
Proposed Reach of the New Maritime Silk Road
The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road was first proposed by Chinese President Xi Jinping while visiting Indonesia in October 2013. In scale and ethos, the initiative can be seen as a continuation of its ancient predecessors' legacy, which stretches back some 2,000 years. The scheme was first put forward at a time when strategic partnership between China and its ASEAN counterparts had entered its 10th year. Underlying this concept is the goal of galvanizing relations between China and Southeast Asian countries in the pursuit of common prosperity among all concerned.
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