Navigating the Belt and Road Initiative: Implications on Partner Countries and In-ternational Relations
School of Business | Bachelor's thesis
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AbstractThe global supply chains are evolving rapidly and China’s state-of-the-art initiative, the BRI is a project of unprecedented financial and geographical scale. It seeks to connect Asia, Europe, and Africa to a unified trading network by investing in new infrastructure and integrating financial systems. This study focuses on the implications of the Belt and Road Initiative on three case countries. The research investigates what benefits or challenges the initiative poses to the BRI countries and what governments should consider before taking part in the initiative. Furthermore, the thesis provides a brief overview of the current global political situation and how political shifts may affect the Belt and Road initiative. The study contributes to the current understanding of the BRI and provides a unique perspective on global supply chains.
Thesis advisorMovarrei, Reza
BRI, China, global supply chains, Sri Lanka