5 Aug 2016
China's One Belt One Road Opportunities for Australian Industry
By Australia-China One Belt One Road Initiative (ACOBORI)
This report presents a practical outline of China’s new Belt and Road Initiative (otherwise known as One Belt One Road) and the complementary role government and business can play in its implementation. The messages contained within this report are intended to provide representatives of Australia’s industries and professional services with a better understanding of current Belt and Road projects. As well as provoke a level of enquiry and consideration about the breadth and depth of capability that Australia could contribute to the implementation of the Belt and Road Initiative.
The Belt and Road Initiative aspires to increase regional cooperation and economic development with countries along the identified Silk Road routes. Beyond this geographical area, China views the Initiative as an inclusive framework, where participation will not be limited to a particular country or region, but rather offer a global model for international engagement.
Therefore, if appropriately curated and understood by both Australia and China, there will be avenues for Australian businesses to take part and benefit from the implementation of the Initiative – specifically:
1. Australian businesses could use the framework of the Initiative to attract Chinese partners in major Australian based projects (which may also involve commonwealth and state government interaction/regulatory compliance);
2. Australian businesses could use the framework of the Initiative to partner with Chinese enterprises in projects beyond Australia – both in China and in Belt and Road countries.
To participate however Australian industries and professions need to further capitalise on a strong trading relationship with China. This requires not only to reinforce the strengths of traditional trading sectors, but also to use the scope of the Initiative to identify other industry sectors where Australian businesses can bring comparative or competitive advantage…
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