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Europe, US, Japan, South Korea, South Asia most attentive to Belt and Road Initiative

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Beijing, China - Oct 12, 2017
1. Various of copies of 2017 big data report on Belt and Road Initiative

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2. Vehicles, pedestrians near India Gate

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3. Pedestrians, motorcycle riders, cars on street

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Beijing, China - Oct 12, 2017
6. SOUNDBITE (Chinese) Liu Weidong, director, Belt and Road Initiative research center, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences:
"I believe there should be 500 billion data behind such a big data report which arguably is very comprehensive. I sincerely wish this report and the supporting data behind it can offer service for our enterprises' going out."

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Europe, the United States, Japan, South Korea and South Asian countries, Malaysia, Belarus, Egypt and India are the most attentive to the Belt and Road Initiative, according to a big data report released in Beijing on Thursday.

Media and netizens from the above countries and regions showed increasing interest in the initiative with discussions going ever deep from concept to practical matters like project cooperation, and achievements in construction, according to the 2017 big data report on the Belt and Road Initiative released by the National Information Center of China in Beijing.

The report, the second of its kind, reveals a host of breakthroughs in the latest development of the Belt and Road Initiative.

"I believe there should be 500 billion data behind such a big data report which arguably is very comprehensive. I sincerely wish this report and the supporting data behind it can offer service for our enterprises' going out," said Liu Weidong, director of the Belt and Road Initiative research center at the Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

The report points out that language talents are in great demand to promote the Belt and Road construction and proposes the start of a national project to cultivate such talents.

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  • Published : 2017-10-12 21:59
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