3 May, 2018
The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is almost certainly the largest global infrastructure programme this generation will see. It is a vast opportunity for both Chinese businesses and for the many economies along the routes.
To help you understand the key investment legal frameworks that prevail in some of the key BRI countries, Eversheds Sutherland has published a guide that brings you:
- Insight on entering these key markets including regulatory frameworks, corporate structures, government incentives in place and local finance requirements
- Overview of the main mechanisms to protect your investment in infrastructure projects in these key BRI countries
- A comparison table between these key markets to understand the pros and cons of investing in their infrastructure programmes
We have selected these BRI jurisdictions, based on a combination of external market analysis identifying countries which are likely to see particularly high level of investment through BRI, and also based on feedback from a number of our clients as to their priorities for investment.
The key countries covered in the guide are: Bangladesh, Egypt, Pakistan, Brunei, Malaysia, Singapore, Russia and the Philippines.
Download the full guide by clicking here.
Robert Pitcher, Partner, Eversheds