China's BRI expansion approach: culture

Hamilton, John, and Tee, SingWhat (2018) China's BRI expansion approach: culture. In: Proceedings of the 22nd International Conference on ISO & TQM. 4-4. From: 22nd International Conference on ISO & TQM, 2-4 April 2018, Beijing, China.

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China's BRI global expansion approach is shifting the balance of trade away from western nation domination. China is repositioning itself as a major global trading powerhouse. Its six land belts and three maritime roads are interconnecting China initially with 64 countries representing around 30% of the global economy and 62% of its population. These BRI nations are undergoing a subtle, but definite acculturalization process that is delivering social, psychological, and cultural change. A BRI cultural research agenda to deliver cultural change across BRI partnering nations is framed. These cultural shifts towards China, the strategic infrastructure builds, financed largely by China, are set to create a new wave of China-supportive rapidly-developing nations into the future. Hence China’s global influence is likely to remain on the rise.

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