THE 21ST CENTURY SILK ROADS :
GLOBAL TRADE AND GLOBAL SECURITY
Hosted by the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce
“The ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) initiative launched by China in 2013 is a concerted effort to stimulate global growth and development through investment in the Silk Road regions. Though inspired by the traditional maritime and land silk roads, the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative is truly global in scope, unlimited by geography.
The Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce was founded in 2015, in Hong Kong, China, with the aim of linking the international business community to the ‘One Belt, One Road’ initiative. By nurturing relations between chambers of commerce throughout the Silk Road regions and beyond, and providing a direct conduit to the investment opportunities presented by OBOR, the SRCIC seeks to increase global trade and investment, draw nations that have often been at the margins of development into the very heart of this economic revitalisation, and promote fair and equal trade, peace and prosperity.
In a time of severe threats to global economic and political stability, SRCIC is pursuing trade and exchanges between nation’s and people’s as the clearest and most direct path to global peace and security.”
A Special Program hosted by the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce (SRCIC) will take place in the framework of the Homeland & Global Security Forum in Brussels (Belgium), October 20, 2016.
This Session will be chaired by Mr. Jianzhong Lu, the SRCIC’s Founding Chairman.
It will notably address :
Globalisation and international trade are under threat
The growth rate in the global flow of goods, services and finance has reduced
Protectionist measures by Governments are increasing and so is insecurity
The One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative, launched in 2013 by China, aims to boost the development of the 65 Silk Road countries
OBOR is an alternative model to revive and preserve global trade and investment as drivers for global peace and prosperity