Supporting China's Belt and Road Initiative

In ancient time, the Silk Road extended to many countries across continents, telling the story of friendly exchanges and mutual benefits for people from all nations along the route. Nowadays, a new strategic concept is unfolding which might have a far-reaching impact on global political and economic landscape - jointly building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road.

The Belt and Road Initiative holds important meaning for propelling a new round of opening-up to the outside world, it brings together the needs of the countries along the Belt and Road route, and provides good opportunities to these countries for complementing each other's advantages and realizing open development. CMIG actively responds to national strategy, implements the Belt and Road Initiative, plays a key role in the upgrading and transformation of national industry, becomes the leader in the field of private capital “Go Out”, combines the development of private enteprise with natioanl strategy, and aligns corporate value with social value.

Up till now, CMIG has made investments along the Belt and Road route, for example, setting up branches in Hong Kong, founding CMIG International Holding Pte. Ltd. in Singapore, seeking a global presence based on Asia. CMIG led other dozens of Chinese leading private enterprises in competitive industries to jointly establish the CM Indonesia Industrial Park with an investment of RMB 5 billion, it is expected that the total amount of investment will exceed USD 10 billion. CMIG will continue to invest in the countries along the Belt and Road in the future, for promoting social prosperity of these countries and fulfilling win-win development.

Moreover, CMIG actively carries out exchanges, creates various talent development programs, such as establishing “China-Indonesia talent development fund”, and offers advice and suggestions by setting up the “Global Expert Committee”, in order to fully support the Belt and Road Initiative.

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