In September 2013, President Xi Jinping introduced the Silk Road Economic Belt. One month later, he unveiled the plan for the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. China is well on its way to implementing these original concepts for the One Belt, One Road Initiative. The frequent use of the terms “One Belt, One Road” and “Go Abroad” demonstrate that these issues have become a top priority for Chinese administrations.
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