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The Belt and Road Summit 2018

What: Jointly organised by The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region and the Hong Kong Trade Development Council, the third edition of the Belt and Road Summit brings together senior government officials, representatives of international institutions, business leaders and industry experts from countries along and beyond the Belt and Road to exchange views on multilateral cooperation and explore new business opportunities.

WHEN: 28 June 2018 (Thursday)

WHO: Last year, some 40 prominent international speakers shared the latest Belt and Road insights with over 3,000 distinguished government officials and business leaders from 51 countries and regions. The Belt and Road Summit 2018 will benefit a range of sectors such as Banking and Financial Services, Logistics and Maritime Services; Professional Services; Infrastructure Development; Cross-border Investment; International Trade and Manufacturing; as well as Governments and Institutions.

WHY: The comprehensive programme covers every important aspect of the Belt and Road Initiative such as Action through Collaboration: Case Studies on Signature Belt and Road Projects; Risk Mitigation in Infrastructure Financing, and the Digital Silk Road. In addition, there are Investment and Business Matching sessions, as well as Project Presentations & Networking events.

WHERE: Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre, Hong Kong

And you can quote me: “We were able to meet participants from various countries and genuine investors and project owners with whom we are going to explore further collaboration after the Summit.” (Mr William Lin Director, Marketing and Communications, Greater China, AECOM)

For more information, please visit: www.beltandroadsummit.hk

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