China's One Belt One Road

December 2015
Economic & Political Weekly;12/5/2015, Vol. 50 Issue 49, p67
Academic Journal
The One Belt One Road initiative is the centrepiece of China's foreign policy and domestic economic strategy. It aims to rejuvenate ancient trade routes--Silk Routes--which will open up markets within and beyond the region. India has so far been suspicious of the strategic implications of this initiative. If India sheds its inhibitions and participates actively in its implementation, it stands to gain substantially in terms of trade.


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