At the same time, the BRI is also helping the world meet many of the UN’s 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Skepticism around the BRI has always existed. In the context of the world economy, the Asia-Pacific economy, despite positive trends, is also facing uncertainty and challenges such as stagnant growth. China’s BRI, with interconnectivity as the acting point, promotes the flow of production factors and public goods to further unleash economic growth potential.
Italy has signed of a memorandum of understanding to become part of China’s Belt and Road Initiative, or BRI — one of the top highlights of cooperation during President Xi Jinping’s recent visit to Italy.
During the past four decades since its reform and opening-up to the world, the Chinese economy has been experiencing significant changes.
Many opposition MPs want a second referendum in order to cancel Brexit, emboldened by a media campaign portraying the 17.4 million “Leave” voters as ignorant reactionaries, racists and nationalists, and forecasting catastrophe should Brexit go ahead.
The conference is jam-packed with activities, and topics for the daily sessions have been carefully selected to highlight global and regional issues. Experts from around the globe will present their ideas and suggest a way forward in these sessions.
China has long led the way in raising living standards, faster over the last 40 years than any major economy.
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China will implement high-level investment liberalization and facilitation policies, establish and improve foreign investment promotion mechanisms, and create a stable, transparent and predictable investment environment.
The pattern is in line with the Chinese government’s focus on shifting the national economic model from investment-led to become consumption-based.