The frontiers set to cash in on China's $6trn 'Silk Road' initiative

'One Belt, One Road'

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Oliver Bell, portfolio manager of the T. Rowe Price Frontier Markets Equity fund, looks at the three frontier markets which stand to benefit from Beijing's ambitious trade plans.

Oliver Bell, portfolio manager of the T. Rowe Price Frontier Markets Equity fund, looks at the three frontier markets which stand to benefit from Beijing's ambitious trade plans. In 2013, China President Xi Jinping unveiled plans for one of the largest overseas investment programs ever undertaken by a single country, the so-called One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative. The ambitious plan is aimed at re-establishing China's ancient Silk Road trading routes and, in doing so, securing China's future as a leading player on the world's economic and political stage. Redwood: The implicatio...

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