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Wang Tao - Reuters
In addition to (Hong Kong) just bringing foreign investors to China, there's also the Chinese markets and Chinese investment going out (like) the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative … I think that will create more opportunities for Hong Kong in the future.feedback
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Jul 01 2017
In this page you'll find all points of view published about OBOR. You'll find 22 quotes on this page. You can filter them by date and by a person’s name. You can also see the other popular topics. The 3 people who have been quoted more about OBOR are: Victor Gao, Martin Lee and Tang Limin. Victor Gao specifically said: “There may be areas where India is not satisfied with, but I don't think it gives India reason to disregard it. India is in dire need of capital to build up its power stations, highway connectivity, railway connectivity, airport connectivity, and this is exactly what the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative can offer.”.
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Dhruva Jaishankar

New Delhi's objection is that OBOR is a unilateral, political and strategic initiative. The concern is that unviable terms of loans will create debt burdens, which will then translate into political and military influence. This directly compromises Indian security given the nature of its relations with many of its neighbors. Chinese investment in India, including in infrastructure, has increased manifold over the past couple of years and is now in the billions of dollars.feedback

Zeng Guangan - LiuGong

The business environment is getting better. Countries in the OBOR region – the people, the companies, customers – understand this is good. I don't worry too much about profitability. I worry about the political risks and the market risks … [and] market uncertainty, because some of those countries, their economy is not stable.feedback

Gopal Baglay

The matter is under consideration. As far as Obor is concerned, you know that our position is that since the so-called CPEC forms a part of Obor, that is where our difficulty is. It passes or proposes to pass through what is sovereign Indian territory and we have made our views in this regard very, very clear to the Chinese side.feedback

Anna Marrs - Standard Chartered

I think that Singapore is really in the right place as where the growth is. So if you think about the deep capital markets here, this ability to finance regional growth, its focus on wealth management, that sort of access to regional and international wealth management [are] opportunities from Singapore. When you look at where China is investing, and you look at the One Belt, One Road markets, it's not just about Hong Kong.feedback

Loletta Chow

Chinese enterprises have begun to rapidly increase their global investment to achieve mid- to long-term growth. With the 'One Belt, One Road' initiative and other strategies serving as a powerful engine, more Chinese enterprises are expected to invest overseas and, therefore, a double-digit growth rate in China's outward [foreign direct investment] is expected in the next few years.feedback

Tang Limin

Our party secretary, mayor, vice-mayor have all visited One Belt One Road countries like Poland and the Czech Republic, even parts of the Russian Federation like Tatarstan. We have a lot of cooperation projects that come under One Belt One Road.feedback

Chan Yung

We have people who can be 'super-connectors and super partners'. Hong Kong's youth are very open ... As long as they're willing to fork out 1-3 years to travel the One Belt One Road routes and stay in a country for 1-2 years, they can become experts.feedback

Jack Yuan - Fitch Ratings

One Belt One Road's emphasis on large-scale capital-intensive infrastructure investments abroad is aimed at channeling surplus domestic savings away from less productive domestic uses and at relieving overcapacity pressures. Since the bulk of China's savings are concentrated in the banking system, it is only natural that banks should provide most of funding for OBOR.feedback

Xiaoyu Gao

We need to be more open, we need to work with more companies when we work abroad. We need to incorporate a 'One Belt, One Road' strategy for undeveloped regions.feedback

Andrew Claerhout

If you look at the countries that are involved in One Belt One Road, there's developed Asian countries and there're less developed Asian countries. From Ontario Teachers' standpoint, we would be less likely to get involved in Myanmar than we would a more developed market.feedback

Chen Xiaoping - China Everbright International

We are confident about the regions along the One Belt, One Road route, including Southeast Asia, South Asia, West Asia and Eastern Europe. Our staff members like working in this industry and have fallen in love with [rubbish].feedback

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