Making the BRI more inclusive

Qingyang Gu

Abstract


In this policy insight, the author lays out the context of the BRI and its role in global development. He also explains why the US should consider working with China on the BRI. The author opines on China’s possible approach and strategy to get global private investors to come on board for the massive BRI projects. He suggests that the global players can establish a third-party market cooperation and coordination mechanism to turn the BRI into a platform for win-win global collaboration.


Keywords


Belt and Road Initiative (BRI); China-US cooperation; private investors; third-party markets

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