As expected … OBOR is China’s engine of global impact

China's CRRC 'achieved success participating in the One Belt One Road initiative': Chairman 10:03 PM ET Mon, 8 May 2017 | 03:50China is about to hold a giant meeting on spending billions to reshape the world
Sophia Yan
Published 2:35 AM ET Wed, 10 May 2017 Updated 3:02 PM ET Wed, 10 May 2017CNBC.comChina has rapidly climbed the ranks to become the world's second-largest economy. Now, the most populous nation on the planet wants to increase its influence by digging further into its pockets — flush with cash after decades of rapid growth — to splash out with its "One Belt, One Road" policy. The initiative is meant to connect Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa to bolster trade and development. This weekend, hordes of foreign diplomats and business leaders are expected to descend on Beijing for a two-day meeting about the policy.Here's what you need to know … for more, go to 

As expected … OBOR is China’s engine of global impact (VIDEO: CPC CONGRESS SPECIAL: Belt and Road Initiative brings changes to world) (VIDEO: CPC CONGRESS SPECIAL: How China's bullet trains, highways boost connectivity, poverty fight) (VIDEO: Kissinger: Belt and Road Initiative significant)

KUALA LUMPUR (October 2017): Yes! We are spot on! As posted by I Love Malaysia-China Silk Road in all its postings, the importance and trans-border opportunity spin offs cannot be underestimated and overlooked by investors.

China has committed multi-billions of dollars to develop and construct infrastructure to help push and guarantee its OBOR initiative’s success.

OBOR aims to promote cultural and trade activities that are mutually beneficial to peoples and nations.

Do not let the West and Europe’s demonising China agenda/China-bashing to distract your focus on looking for opportunities in OBOR-linked activities.

I Love Malaysia-China Silk Road believes the above three video clips provide more than adequate information for those who are unfamiliar with OBOR.

View and enjoy the above three video clips.

MONDAY, 15 MAY 2017
One Belt, One Road : A Master Plan That Link The World
China is organising a two-day summit to discuss its plans to build a network of trade routes—One Belt, One Road (OBOR)—that will connect Asia, Africa, the Middle East and Europe. Approx 65 countries are expected to take part in the summit. China plans to issue a joint statement at the end of the two-day summit to showcase a wide approval of its ambitious project. India is not attending the summit as India is not in favour of OBOR. What is OBOR?One Belt, One Road is a development strategy, proposed by Chinese president Xi Jinping that focuses on connectivity and cooperation among Asian countries, Africa, China and Europe. OBOR consist of two components, the land-based "Silk Road Economic Belt" (SREB) and oceangoing "Maritime Silk Road" (MSR) … for more, go to