SINGAPORE (Oct 22): Business councils must show how China’s Belt and Road Initiative is compatible with national development policies and they must encourage government and business to engage with BRI policy. They must overcome the barriers to understanding. This was the focus of my discussion at the Belt and Road International Business Cooperation conference held in Zhangjiajie by the Silk Road Chamber of International Commerce.

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