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Academic Journal of Business & Management, 2020, 2(6); doi: 10.25236/AJBM.2020.020604.

Geo-Economics behind BRI


Yujie Dong, Professor Clifford

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Yujie Dong, Professor Clifford

Mater Dei High School, Taiyuan, Shanxi


When the economic growth meets with political activity, those two elements will always create geo-economy. The geo-economy has many basic contents, this paper will focus on one of them: provide theoretical basis for national strategy, regional economic and cultural development strategy, and provide comprehensive theoretical basis for economic, cultural development, design and planning. This paper will show why and how China tried to develop international economic opportunity, and to gain more international influence in these world trade relations.


BRI, Geo-Economic

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Yujie Dong, Professor Clifford. Geo-Economics behind BRI . Academic Journal of Business & Management (2020) Vol. 2, Issue 6: 21-27. https://doi.org/10.25236/AJBM.2020.020604.


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