Belt & Road Initiative Forum 2019
7th and 8th of October 2019 | Dubai, U.A.E.

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Belt and Road Forum 2019

Belt and Road Forum 2019 is organized by Geofora Conference Management, a geo-economics conference management company.

Geofora Conference Management is a fully owned subsidiary of Adviser.

Adviser is a strategic consultancy firm that provides a comprehensive range of business function such as Adviser Core, the strategic, economic and management consultancy arm; Training & Development (TRAND); Gulf and Global Security and Development Forum (GGSDF) a brain trust; Market Research and Public Affairs (MRPA).

Geofora Coference Management organizes conferences, seminars and private and public roundtable that address development at the national, regional and international landscape.  

Geofora Conference Management events address geo-economic development and trends of trade, logistics, transport and investment, geo-economics of  cyber infringement, economic sanction  and the creation of regional and international economic institution. 


Belt and Road Initiative

More than two millennia ago the diligent and courageous people of Eurasia explored and opened up several routes of trade and cultural exchanges that linked the major civilizations of Asia, Europe and Africa, collectively called the Silk Road by later generations. For thousands of years, the Silk Road Spirit – “peace and cooperation, openness and inclusiveness, mutual learning and mutual benefit” -has been passed from generation to generation, promoted the progress of human civilization, and contributed greatly to the prosperity and development of the countries along the Silk Road. Symbolizing communication and cooperation between the East and the West, the Silk Road Spirit is a historic and cultural heritage shared by all countries around the world. 

In the 21st century, a new era marked by the theme of peace, development, cooperation and mutual benefit, it is all the more important for us to carry on the Silk Road Spirit in face of the weak recovery of the global economy, and complex international and regional situations. 

When Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Central Asia and Southeast Asia in September and October of 2013, he raised the initiative of jointly building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road (hereinafter referred to as the Belt and Road), which have attracted close attention from all over the world. At the China-ASEAN Expo in 2013, Chinese Premier Li Keqiang emphasized the need to build the Maritime Silk Road oriented toward ASEAN, and to create strategic propellers for hinterland development. Accelerating the building of the Belt and Road can help promote the economic prosperity of the countries along the Belt and Road and regional economic cooperation, strengthen exchanges and mutual learning between different civilizations, and promote world peace and development. It is a great undertaking that will benefit people around the world. 

The Belt and Road Initiative is a systematic project, which should be jointly built through consultation to meet the interests of all, and efforts should be made to integrate the development strategies of the countries along the Belt and Road. The Chinese government has drafted and published the Vision and Actions on Jointly Building Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road to promote the implementation of the Initiative, instill vigor and vitality into the ancient Silk Road, connect Asian, European and African countries more closely and promote mutually beneficial cooperation to a new high and in new forms. 

Zawya, Thomson Reuters, 20 JUL 2018

UAE stands to be a big winner from China's $900bln Belt & Road plan according to the Belt and Road Index developed by Knight Frank consultancy.
Belt and Road Index ranks countries favourability to the Belt & Road Initiative six categories: Economic potential, Demographic advantage, Infrastructure development, Institutional effectiveness, Market accessibility, Resilience to natural disasters.
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Gulf New, July 8, 2018

Abdul Fattah Sharaf, CEO, HSBC UAE
Businesses in the UAE should expect to be among key beneficiaries of any anticipated boost to economic activity generated by the development of China’s Belt & Road Initiative through the Middle East
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The National, July 29, 2017

Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi, CEO, Abu Dhabi Ports
Our ambition is to become a linchpin of the Belt and Road Initiative. From our side, Khalifa Port, Khalifa Port Free Trade Zone and Kizad are ready to take centre stage, creating access to new markets, bringing innovation and new products and services for the UAE, and delivering on the potential of our shipping, industrial and logistics industry.
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