The Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) is truly one of the greatest endeavours in modern history. But to make something so bold and vast a reality, it is and will take international business cooperation on a scale never seen before.
The BRI entails truly vast infrastructural projects by participants from 65 countries. Businesses and governments are coming together to develop ports, roads, bridges and more along the ancient Silk Road trading route. This will take new ways of thinking about the mechanics of international business partnerships. But what is being put in place to ensure these complex international business partnerships can happen, and are successful for all those involved?