There’s been a great deal of ongoing news analysis related to China’s Belt and Road Initiative from both political and economic perspectives. As BRI expands, those with interests in the initiative will find themselves drilling-down for more and more quality information that can support corporate, cross-border decision making.
When we think of BRI, our first instinct is to contemplate the business aspects of “the New Silk Road” and the building of rewarding partnerships and investments. However, no cross-border investment even gets off the ground without consideration for transportation and logistics.
A recent report authored by the Centre for Aviation (CPA) takes an in-depth look at BRIs application to the Chinese air transport sector. The report comments on which airports along the dual Belts — Land and Maritime — are receiving support from Chinese construction firms and/or investors. What we might discern from the report is where the action is taking place along specific routes and paving the way for the direction of BRI activities. You can link to the report here: China’s Belt and Road Initiative and aviation.
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