Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) for Singapore

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1. Key Websites (5)

    China's Belt and Road - Official website in English
    yidaiyilu.gov.cn
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    IE Singapore - One Belt One Road
    IE Singapore  
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    一带一路 Belt and Road (English version)
    联合早报 Lianhe Zaobaozaobao.com  
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    一带一路 Belt and Road (中文)
    联合早报 Lianhe Zaobaozaobao.com  
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    中国一带一路官网 (中文)
    yidaiyilu.gov.cn
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2. General (18)

    How Singapore can gain from One Belt, One Road initiative
    The Straits Times  
    Aug 30, 2017
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    Minister K Shanmugam gave a long speech on ‘One Belt, One Road’. Here are the most important bits.
    So important that the ex-Foreign Minister had to step up to deliver this speech.
    by Yeo Kaiqi, Mothership.sg  
    Aug 28, 2017
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    Asia Economic Forum on “The One-Belt One-Road Initiative: Impact and Implications” – Speech by Mr K Shanmugam, Minister for Home Affairs and Minister for Law
    Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore
    Aug 28, 2017
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    New Belt and Road platform to connect Singapore companies with regional partners
    SINGAPORE: Local companies will now be able to connect better with other businesses in the region to work on Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) projects in Singapore, China and other countries through a BRI Connect Platform launched on Aug 15, 2017.
    by Brandon Tanoto  
    Aug 16, 2017
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    DPM Teo outlines 3 key areas where Singapore, China can work together to realise full potential of Belt and Road Initiative
    by Danson Cheong, The Straits Times  
    Jul 13, 2017
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    Partnerships key as Singapore firms embark on Belt and Road
    Instead of looking at the BRI as just a source of competition, Singapore companies should look at how to make themselves relevant so as to seize the opportunities arising from it. We are in a very good position to tap into this growth, given our longstanding and large bilateral trade and investment volumes with China, as well as our three decades of official, business and people exchanges.
    by Ho Chee Hin, The Straits Times  
    Jun 20, 2017
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    China eyes more cooperation with Singapore on Belt and Road construction
    Xinhua News Agency
    Jun 13, 2017
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    Singapore a ‘strong supporter’ of China’s Belt and Road initiative: Balakrishnan
    by @ChannelNewsAsia, Channel NewsAsia
    Jun 12, 2017
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    Belt and Road Initiative: implications for Asia and Singapore
    by Piyush Gupta, DBS Bank  
    Jun 1, 2017
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    Singapore well-placed to tap Belt and Road opportunities
    by S.S. Teo, The Straits Times  
    May 26, 2017
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    Singapore's business community ready for Belt and Road projects
    by @BusinessTimes, The Business Times
    May 23, 2017
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    Hong Kong vs Singapore for China One Belt One Road dominance?
    by Andre Wheeler  
    May 13, 2017
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    China projects to hit Singapore
    CHINA’S current mega belt-road projects in Malaysia, once completed, will alter trade routes in the region and this may divert hundreds of billions worth of trade from Singapore, according to industry players. Cargoes and goods within the region heading for China or vice versa could bypass the Port of Singapore, when China-funded ports and East Coast Rail Line (ECRL) in Peninsular Malaysia are completed within five to 10 years.
    by Ho Wah Foon, The Star  
    Jan 15, 2017
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    Will Singapore be the biggest loser from China's One-Belt-One-Road initiative given that its trade routes can be bypassed?
    Quora  
    Jan 3, 2017
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    One Belt One Road: One with Singapore
    by @sphasiaone, AsiaOne
    Aug 30, 2016
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    IE Singapore MOU to grant more local firms access to China’s “One Belt, One Road”
    In a bid to capture infrastructure opportunities in China’s “One Belt, One Road” (OBOR), International Enterprise Singapore (IE Singapore) has entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the local branch of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (ICBC). As part of the MOU, ICBC will establish a Singapore team providing financing services and project structuring to support Singaporean enterprises, with the turnaround time on processing of loans expected to be shortened. Read more at: https://www.dealstreetasia.com/stories/digest-ie-singapore-signs-infrastructure-mou-china-mas-experiment-fintech-singapore-bond-market-distorts-credit-costs-43588/
    by Manesha Pereira, DealStreetAsia  
    Jun 13, 2016
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    One Belt, One Road, One Singapore – Analysis
    In 2015, Singapore exported US$61.3 million worth of goods and services to Central Asia, while importing US$6.1 million, representing 0.015 percent of Singapore’s total exports and 0.002 percent of total imports; and 0.07 percent of Central Asia’s total exports and 0.009 percent of total imports. While Singapore is a global trading and investment powerhouse, business experience and exposure in Central Asia has never been strong. In 2014, only 32 enterprises in Uzbekistan operated with Singaporean capital, and Singapore contributed only US$50 million of direct investment to Kazakhstan over the last ten years in contrast to US$604 billion of total foreign direct investment in 2014 alone. Central Asia is not directly connected to Singapore, and land routes to ports in the region are scant. However, as the One Road-One Belt Initiative links Central Asia to China’s eastern seaboard, Gwadar port and even the impending sanction-free Iran; inter-regional trade is awash with new connections and opportunities.
    Mantraya  
    Apr 13, 2016
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    Speech by Senior Minister of State Mrs Josephine Teo at Plenary Luncheon of Singapore Business Federation's Singapore Regional Business Forum on The 21st Century Maritime Silk Road on 27 July 2015
    Ministry of Transport, Singapore
    Jul 25, 2015
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3. Slideshare (1)

    One belt one road
    by Andy Ng  
    Aug 25, 2017
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