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The development in the four economic corridors of Indian ocean under the Chinese belt and road perspective

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Publishing : Beijing: China Social Sciences Press, 2017
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With the advancement and deepening of the construction of the six major economic corridors of the Belt and Road, the political risks, investment risks, terrorist threats, and geopolitical risks that exist in the countries along the route have become more and more exposed. Central Asia and South Asia have become the most difficult Concentrated area. Based on the systematic analysis of the geopolitical hotspots in Central Asia and South Asia, this report puts forward suggestions for building a Greater Central Asia Economic Circle, Indian Ocean Economic Circle and Bay of Bengal Economic Circle.
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With the advancement and deepening of the construction of the six major economic corridors of the Belt and Road, the political risks, investment risks, terrorist threats, and geopolitical risks that exist in the countries along the route have become more and more exposed. Central Asia and South Asia have become the most difficult Concentrated area. Based on the systematic analysis of the geopolitical hotspots in Central Asia and South Asia, this report puts forward suggestions for building a Greater Central Asia Economic Circle, Indian Ocean Economic Circle and Bay of Bengal Economic Circle.