Wei Yang & Partners call for exploring the unique culture value of the Belt & Road Initiative
25 Apr 2019
To coincide with the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRFIC) taking place in Beijing in April 2019, China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) publishes their 4th Belt and Road Report: A Guide to UK Services (CBBC, 2019).
Today, at British Ambassador’s Residence in Beijing, the report is launched in the presence of the Chancellor of the Exchequer, the Rt Hon Philip Hammond MP, with other leading representatives from the UK and Chinese governments, associations and businesses.
The report is designed as a handy reference guide for Chinese and UK companies, covering a wide range of issues, such as project finance, standards, infrastructure development, legal issues, public relations and marketing.
In the report, Jun Huang, Partner of Wei Yang & Partners, calls for exploring the unique culture value of the Belt & Road Initiative.
Lord Sassoon, Chairman of China-Britain Business Council said:
“This fourth BRI report shifts focus away from wider opportunities to concentrate on the more practical aspects of BRI collaboration.
The report also provides further evidence of the UK’s status as the world-leading centre for financial and professional services. The UK is uniquely positioned to help support Chinese firms increasingly operating in unfamiliar or risky business environments.”
Jun Huang said:
“Echoing the ancient Silk Road, in essence the Belt and Road is not only about industrial and economic development, but also about acting as a catalyst for cultural exchange and cultural renaissance between the countries involved. Local cultural preservation and renaissance should play a vital role in the implementation strategy of the BRI.
The BRI offers a unique opportunity for all countries along it to provide a better life for their citizens. Wei Yang & Partners are keen to work with enlightened clients and communities in making decisions that optimise economic growth, encourage social integration and deliver high environmental standards. It is our mission to use design excellence as a means of revitalising local cultures and creating communities that last for generations.”
The full report can be downloaded from CBBC website: