Hong Kong's Strategic Role Under the 'Belt and Road' Initiative
Gregory So, Secretary for Commerce and Economic Development, Hong Kong Government
Chair: Roderic Wye, Associate Fellow, Asia Programme, Chatham House
Launched in 2013, China’s 'Belt and Road' initiative aims to promote economic, political and cultural cooperation and development from Asia through Africa and into Europe through land and maritime routes.
Gregory So will argue that Hong Kong’s strategic location allows it to serve as a ‘super-connector’, linking economies under the 'Belt and Road' initiative. He will discuss Hong Kong’s participation in China's ‘two-way opening up’ and set out how overseas markets, including the UK, can use the Hong Kong platform to capitalize on the opportunities offered by the 'Belt and Road' initiative.
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