- One Belt, One Road (OBOR) has the potential to be the world’s largest trade platform, encompassing one-third of global GDP
- OBOR’s success will depend on the availability of massive funds and the ability to properly deploy those funds
- Enthusiasm for OBOR has so far been fairly strong, and many parties are invested in making it work
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