SESEC contributed to the Transport & Mobility Program and worked with Michal Makocki, the Policy Expert at Unit G1 Trade Strategy, DG Trade of EU Commission, to explore the One Belt One Road (OBOR) Initiative under a Sino-European context.
One Belt One Road (OBOR) Series: A Sino-European Perspective on the One Belt One Road (OBOR) Initiative
Since China proposed its ‘One Belt, One Road’ (OBOR) strategy in late 2013, it has made significant headway. More than 60 Eurasian countries have expressed their interest in partnering with this program. While the OBOR initiative is still at its conceptual stage with details to be fleshed out in the coming years, its implications for the EU are hardly negligible, in particular to the mobility sector.