Tian Zhu, Jizhe Xu
International Economics and Trade, Harbin University of Commerce, Heilongjiang, Harbin, China
Trade facilitation is one of the most important magic tools for the smooth implementation of the Belt and Road initiative, under the impact of the epidemic, the economic development of many countries along the Belt and Road has stagnated or even regressed. In order to ensure the smooth implementation of the Belt and Road initiative and promote the comprehensive recovery of the regional economy, it is necessary to promote the trade facilitation process from many aspects. This paper has taken advantage of the case analysis method and literature research method to review the current situation of China's trade with countries along the Belt and Road, focus on exploring countermeasures to promote trade facilitation along the Belt and Road, and put forward specific suggestions based on relevant factors.
The Belt and Road; Trade Status; Trade Facilitation; Countermeasure Research
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