Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been an obscure concept, and it remains difficult to distinguish what BRI is and isn’t, making it difficult for many governments and global corporations to properly participate in it. I am delighted to present the opinions and perspectives of many eminent researchers, professors and experts from various countries on the Belt Road Initiative (BRI).
The major objective of the book Belt and Road Initiative and South Asia is to bring together policymakers, professionals, researchers, corporate sector and other important stakeholders to examine the dynamics of BRI in order to discover renewed prospects of economic development for Nepal and other South Asian countries.
The book contains 11 chapters which are written by distinguished researchers and practitioners from various parts of Asia. While these 11 chapters discuss the many characteristics of the BRI, including advantages and costs, they also convey the lessons that many other Southeast Asian countries have learned. Each chapter offers valueable lessons to the countries that have yet to participate in the initiatives.
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