Search the world with 36 nations plus UN plus IMF agreeing with china that coastal ports and railRoads link over 90% of world trade $BR0 china
#BR12 UN IMF #BR1 japan far east isles asean10 Malaysia #BR2 Bangladesh india Pakistan #BR3 Russia #BR4 central euro/asia #Br5 west euro Italy Switzerland #BR6 n america #BR7 UAE mideast #BR8 med sea nations #BR9 africa - egypt rwanda #BR10 Latin AM #BR11 Arctic/polar

top Belt Road Maps of 2018 s Entrepreneurial networks best cases in China & Bangla:
BillionGirlsBoys ask: can every banker/educator see their trust in Belt Road's top 100 stories.. Is Trump King Canute? Valueless is The economist whose world trade maps fail poorest billion youth's livelihoods in our children's worldwide

(BRI) Belt Road Imagineering is now trusted by 70 national leaders as empowering the sustainbility generation- which of these 100 stories can help bankers or educators near you join in to this system for mapping win-win trades aligned to the sustainability goals generation? portal 1

catalogue world record jobs creators by 13 BRI maps- tour BR clubs- EWTP celebrate first people freed by e-commerce and jack ma map top 13 sdg world trade routes 0 inside china, 1 East-Belt,
2 South-Belt; 3NorthBelt
4 centre eurasia &E.Euro; 5WEuro 6 N.Am; 7 MidEast8MedSea 9Africa 10LatinAm11 Arctic Circle 12UN-urgent....
BELT Road quiz

Belt quiz is about earth's seas and coastal belt - which coastal belt is your country most dependent on, does if have a superport connecting maps of world favorite superports, do your peoples have access to this superport (nb we recommend analysing countries imprt and exports by 1 energy, 2 all other goods
Road quiz : what are your continents longest roads (designed as including all of railroad or car-road, pipes for energy, water, sanitaion; tech cables)- do your peoples have access to the great roads

technology now permis us to play game: which peoples have been most deprived by accidents of history to basic belt road freedoms- among 10 most populated nations no people have been less included than those in bangladesh- tell us where else you map.....................
today offers the livelihood learning network poorest billion communities need most - 40 years ago
online library of norman macrae--.........................Entrepreneurial Revolution - curriculum: how to value small enterprise and sustainability exponentials of net generation - by alumni of Norman Macrae The Economist 1968. By 1976, Norman best news ever: the fifth of the world (whose brand reality is) Chinese can be valued by netgen as critical friends to uniting sustainability race for planet and humanity
eg EWTP : 21st C version of Silk Road of celebrated by Marco Polo and Hangzhou goal 14 oceansAIIB 1 ted hosts -- 2017 year of mapping sustainability banking -china to commercialize 5g by 2020 -valuing culture -jack ma 1 2e3 maps 1) countries joining Chinese inspired sustainability open systems solutions as well as 2) which global youth professions (eg coding) are mapping value sustaining trades with china

Thursday, December 31, 1970 - 10 BR maps, 5 reasons why BRI most valuable alumni network of sustainability generation

Eg china’s top 10 sustainablity-trust questions in no particular order might be
1 What’s priority with america- a latitude 30 superport @ mexico or bering st tunnel partneringAlaska, and america’s west coast (ie arctic circle 0)
2 How could whole Raj s.eurasia shipping Belt be redesigned – positive silk road exchanges f china to asean to south asia > gulf > suez > med sea
3 How with russia and nordica, n.euro and koreas, japan and taiwan could arctic circle 1 be redesigned as a shipping eoute and as benchmark transformation from abundant carbon energy to abundant clean energy
4 how can japan s korea, japan and east russian coastline integrate superport in n korea and rapid improvement of that peoples lot somewhat similar to east germany
5 How can we help african continent map its own post colonial post cold war BRI
6 How can we help latin america design its post cold war BRI, and what role does usa and franscican cultures wish to play
7 How do we redesign belt roads of wrld poorest village women by starting with bangladesh-india as a space with benchmark
Education for BillionGirlsBoys
8 What is it that Asean continent and islands want most from us – and in exchange how can asean/singpaore help mediate the worlds cultures
9 What else are special needs of world’s smallest vulnerable naions – eg islands now in climate risk zones, places taken over by financiers of evil
10 What else are special problems of huge low populated nations where inclusion cant happen without transparent BRI of neighbors as well as top leaders –eg note china express across eurasia was relatively low cost first stage solution giving many landlocked nations hope of 2nd stage maps

CELEBRATE ALUMNI OF BELT ROAD INITIATIVE aka Global 2.0 (UN Guterres) 1 In 1968 The Economist started the genre of Entrepreneurial Revolution to debate how the world's favorite media could celebrate 3 billion new jobs creating the sustainability generation - Belt Road Initiative is integral to valuiing these livelihoods. The core hypothesis of ER was that moon landing would causes humns to spend over 1000 times more on connectivity technologies 2016 versus 1946 - chnaging every valuation law of pre-digital times.

2 Over 100 national leaders now see BRI as organising summits for benchmarking their youth's futures and their region's sustainability impact around mother earth. There appears to be an every growing correlation betyween BRI leadership and startups designed to map back indsutrial revolution 4 as the most humanly innovative time to be alive. ( THe era of industrial revolution did not distrinute oportunitoes to innovate evenly - as late as moon landing half of peoles had no access to electricity grids)

3 In searching for win-win world trade, BRI reverses colonial maps which spun zero-sum trade and ultimately caused so many hostilities between nations

4 BRI movements incorporate green big bang which starts with welcoming any place governor (supercity leader, agricultural region) whose peoples have suffered a climate volatilty crisis and want to share information to minimise exponential risks

5 BRI Edutech leaders are concerned with the challenge that half of youth will be unemployable by 2030 unless we transform education beyond the classroom and map education for all ages as essential to communities which thrive and where love and happiness are both an intelligence and ean motional energy that we share with every child. In particular, BRI ends all economic models that treat any segments of population (girls of boys) as underclasses. We understand this poses cultural translation challenges too but there is no reason why economists whould be aggravtaing this problem

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Wednesday, December 30, 1970

A Joint People's Bank of China - International Monetary Fund High-level Conference on the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

April 12, 2018
The Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, often referred to as the “Belt and Road Initiative” was launched by President Xi Jinping in 2013. The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) aims to promote policy dialogues, foster connectivity and cooperation in infrastructure, trade, finance, and ‘people-to-people exchanges’. It aims to connect Asia with Europe and Africa, through the Middle East and reaching Latin American countries. It is expected to raise significant resources from China and various other sources, including the private sector, to support development, mainly infrastructure development, and improve growth prospects.
The BRI has the potential to bring much-needed infrastructure to countries and facilitate trade and financial flows, thus acting as a source of growth and fostering international cooperation. Achieving these goals will require strong policy frameworks to ensure high-quality projects and sufficient macroeconomic and institutional capacity in partner countries to absorb investment flows, reap the benefits and manage the associated risks.
China has been working with its partners, including participating countries and international organizations, to make sure the BRI reaches its full potential and the benefits are shared as widely as possible. In particular, close cooperation with the IMF will help in promoting strong policy frameworks as an important pillar for the success of the BRI. The conference will discuss the policy frameworks needed for a successful BRI, with focus on those areas where the IMF in collaboration with other international financial institutions can offer policy advice and capacity building support. It will bring together high-level policy makers from China and a number of partner countries (from Africa, Asia and the Pacific, the Middle East and Central Asia, Eastern Europe, and Latin America) to discuss their vision for a successful BRI and the policy frameworks needed to support it. The sessions will discuss particular topics where the Fund can offer specific policy advice, capacity building and tools, such as managing investment projects and increasing the efficiency of public investment, maintaining debt sustainability while scaling up infrastructure spending, and enhancing financial connectivity.
The conference is sponsored by the China-IMF Capacity Development Center (CICDC), Tsinghua University PBC School of Finance and International Financial Corporation. The CICDC is a new IMF center funded by the Chinese government to provide training and other capacity development events for China and other IMF member countries, including those participating in the BRI.  The envisaged outputs of the conference include a press release and an e-book with a compilation of the background papers.
Macroeconomic and Financial Frameworks for the Successful Implementation of the BRI
Ritz Carlton, Financial street

 April 11 
 6:30 pm
Welcome Dinner Hosted by the PBC and the IMF
Venue: Temple of Heaven (2nd floor)
Welcome Remarks
  • Changyong RHEE, Director, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF
  • Sharmini COOREY, Director, Institute for Capacity Development, IMF
  • ZHU Jun, Director-General, International Department, PBC
April 12

8:15 am
8:45 am
Welcome and Opening Remarks
YI Gang, Governor, PBC
Christine Lagarde, Managing Director, IMF
9:15 am
Inauguration of China-IMF Capacity Development Center (CICDC)
9:20AM-9:30 AM
Coffee Break
Session I
What Can the BRI Do to Help Participating Countries?
The BRI has the potential to boost growth and foster global integration through higher investment in infrastructure, greater trade integration (including integration into global value chains), and enhanced financial connectivity. As the Initiative moves forward, three key questions arise: (i) what are the main objectives and desirable outcomes, (ii) what are the possible risks or impediments, and (iii) what can policymakers do to enhance the benefits while minimizing potential risks, including by strengthening domestic institutions. This session will take stock of the experience so far and set the stage for the discussions that follow on specific policy frameworks.
Moderator: Markus RODLAUER, Deputy Director, Asia and Pacific Department, IMF
High-level panelists:
  • FAN Hengshan, Deputy Secretary-General, National Development and Reform Commission, China
  • Dimitry KUMSISHVILI, First Vice Prime Minister, Georgia
  • Ahsan Iqbal CHAUDHARY, Minister of Planning/Interior, Pakistan
  • Dusan VUJOVIC, Minister of Finance, Serbia
  • WANG Yongsheng, Executive Vice President, China Development Bank
11:00 AM
Coffee Break
Session II
11:00AM-12:15 PM

Macro-Financial Policy Implications of the BRI
The BRI can enhance financial connectivity and help bridge the gap between infrastructure needs in emerging markets/low income countries and China’s surplus savings and investment capacity. In low-income countries, greater connectivity can foster financial development and inclusion, including by using fintech. However, there is a need to be conscious of debt sustainability risks, given the size of participating government BRI commitments, when scaled against current GDP, fiscal space, and foreign currency reserves. Rapid increases in financial flows could pose challenges to the typical pace and sequencing of financial deepening. Key questions include: (i) what types of financing arrangements would best mitigate macro-financial risks; (ii) what can authorities do to monitor effectively the buildup of risks to financial stability; and (iii) which micro- and macroprudential tools can effectively ameliorate the destabilizing impact of large-scale financial flows in shallow financial systems.
Moderator: MA Jun, Director, Center for Finance and Development, Tsinghua National Institute of Financial Research
High-level panelists:
  • PAN Gongsheng, Deputy Governor, PBC
  • Daniyar AKISHEV, Governor, National Bank of Kazakhstan
  • Mario BERGARA, President, Central Bank of Uruguay
  • Alamine OUSMANE MEY, Minister of the Economy, Planning and Regional Development, Cameroon
  • ERDEMBILEG Ochirkhuu, First Deputy Governor, Central Bank of Mongolia
  • LIU Liange, President, The Export-Import Bank of China
Lunch 12:30 PM
-2:00 PM
Venue: Temple of Heaven (2nd Floor)
Keynote Speech by ZHU Min, President of National Institute of Financial Research, Tsinghua University and Former Deputy Managing Director, IMF
Session III
2:15 PM-3:30 PM
Strengthening Fiscal Frameworks for a Successful BRI
This session will focus on the importance of fiscal institutions and frameworks in achieving macroeconomic stability and supporting long-term inclusive growth, and the role that capacity building can play to strengthen institutions. A sound fiscal framework provides the basis for governmental policies that are sustainable and transparent, leading to effective policy decision-making. Topics to be explored include: medium-term fiscal frameworks, fiscal rules, identification and mitigation of fiscal risks, debt sustainability, medium-term revenue strategies (including customs and taxation of MNCs) and the scope of government operations (for example, monitoring of PPPs and SOEs).
Moderator: Michael KEEN, Deputy Director, Fiscal Affairs Department, IMF
High-level panelists:
  • Zhu Guangyao, Vice Minister of Finance, China
  • Somdy DOUANGDY, Deputy Prime Minister, Lao PDR
  • Vache GABRIELYAN, Vice Prime Minister, Armenia
  • Malado KABA, Minister of Economy and Finance, Guinea
  • Eran WICKRAMARATNE, State Minister of Finance, Sri Lanka
3:30PM-3:45 PM
Coffee Break
Session IV
3:45 PM-5:15 PM
Bringing in Other Stakeholders (e.g. Private Sector) to Maximize Benefits of BRI
Strong and sustainable growth requires that public investment be accompanied by rising private investment. Indeed, to maximize the growth impact of BRI projects and ensure commercial and financial viability, bringing in private sector participation can help. This will foster strong project preparation, execution, and financing. Strengthening the business environment, including the institutional and regulatory frameworks for private sector activity, is an important objective in most BRI countries. This session will focus on how the BRI can successfully catalyze more private investment, including in infrastructure. The session will include IFIs experienced in managing such private sector participation, such as the IFC.
Moderator: Hans Peter LANKES, Vice President, International Financial Corporation
High-level panelists:
  • Arkebe Oqubay METIKU, Minister and Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, Ethiopia
  • Eddie YUE, Deputy Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Monetary Authority(HKMA) and Director of the HKMA Infrastructure Financing Facilitation Office(IFFO)
  • WANG Yanzhi, President, Silk Road Fund
  • Enzo QUATTROCIOCCHE, Secretary General, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • Michael ELLAM, Co-Head of Public Sector Banking, HSBC
  • NAN Cunhui, Chairman, Chint Group
  • John WOOLLACOTT, Senior Vice President, DP World
5:15 PM-5:45 PM
Closing Discussion
  • ZHU Jun, Director-General, International Department, PBC
  • Jihad AZOUR, Director, Middle East and Central Asia Department, IMF


Wednesday, March 4, 1970

Friday, February 20, 1970

Wednesday, February 4, 1970

Sunday, February 1, 1970

Saturday, January 31, 1970

welcome to - where invites you to explore some of the biggest questions the human race has ever needed to answer - some of our alumni  guides (clue scroll down at each link) - mandela, the kenyan at UN who is guiding jack ma round africa, the kenyan communities that tested bangladesh girls' , jack ma's and the world's largest development  (livelihoods and financing) system empowering the poorest to build communities and celebrate vibrant family networks of trade- starting with how the poorest girls and boys will determine whether humans race to sustainability goals or go the way of the dodo (reference global uni beyond 2030 to before 1500)

here are some other african adventire tours around creating world record jobs that seem exciting to us but which we havent had enough time yet to join in - whoich is the most exciting black jobs adventure tour you recommend to boys and girls and  where would they go to learn all about linking into its trades

how does the african diaspora value connecting africa and the rest of the world - and vice versa
how do make sure afica is front and centre of one if the top 5 sustainable world trade Belt-Roads
linda brown died today 3/27/2018 with thurgood marshall fought for desegregation of schools
TGM communities in baltimore were origiian of gorls social justie ovements circa 1889 winning frts legal cae of 13th amendment

rosa parks lawyer fred gray location tiskegee same college town as booket t washingtn university; rosa parks spent her last decdes on detrot - frst town o jack ma gateways trainings of 3000 pro-youth technologists

which black inner city is benchmark of us tech future cities - still unclear after 7 yeras of yunus inspired hbuc colege searched- yunus himself landed in van der bilt on fulbrigg=ht scholar year of end of segregation - his forts professorship was at the hbuc east tenesse- hos work in usa today is sustained by daugher monica at singforhipe new york after gfaiuled attempts by at,anta great and good to become yunus and black american youth fav hub

medgar evers colege in broooklyn - interesting movies starts were alex naldwin and whoopi gollberg; interesting 1776 hubs in brooklyn dc and san francisco but no clear black subnetwork

Thursday, January 1, 1970

50 years human dev by fifth of world people


12Sinopec GroupBeijing414.6505.845OilPublic, State-owned
24China National PetroleumBeijing392.9772.271OilState-owned
35State Grid CorporationBeijing387.0568.175UtilitiesState-owned
421China State Construction EngineeringBeijing181.5253.160ConstructionState-owned
526Industrial and Commercial Bank of ChinaBeijing168.97945.002BankingPublic company, State-owned
629Ping An InsuranceShenzhen163.59716.237InsurancePublic
731China Construction BankBeijing151.11138.498BankingPublic, State-owned
836Agricultural Bank of ChinaBeijing139.52430.657BankingState-owned
939SAIC MotorShanghai136.3935.444AutomotivePublic, State-owned
1044Bank of ChinaBeijing127.71427.225BankingPublic, State-owned
1151China Life InsuranceBeijing116.172−2.567InsurancePublic, Government-owned
1255China Railway EngineeringBeijing112.1331.241ConstructionState-owned
1356China MobileBeijing112.09611.745TelecommunicationsState-owned
1459China Railway ConstructionBeijing110.4561.187ConstructionPublic, State-owned
1663China National Offshore OilBeijing108.1307.311OilState-owned
1767China Development BankBeijing103.07316.744BankingGovernment-owned
1880China ResourcesHong Kong91.9863.475ConglomerateGovernment-owned
1982Dongfeng Motor GroupWuhan90.9341.600AutomotiveState-owned
2087FAW GroupChangchun75.0053.263AutomotiveState-owned
2293China Communications ConstructionBeijing88.1411.585ConstructionPublic, Government-owned
2397Pacific Construction GroupÜrümqi86.6223.391Construction
24101China PostBeijing85.6274.134LogisticsState-owned
25107China Energy InvestmentBeijing81.9773.531EnergyState-owned

2019 Forbes list[edit]

This list is based on the Forbes Global 2000, which ranks the world's 2,000 largest publicly traded companies. The Forbes list takes into account a multitude of factors, including the revenue, net profit, total assets and market value of each company; each factor is given a weighted rank in terms of importance when considering the overall ranking. The table below also lists the headquarters location and industry sector of each company. The figures are in billions of US dollars and are for the fiscal year 2018.[2]

Market value
11Industrial and Commercial Bank of ChinaBeijing175.945.24,034.5305.1Banking
23China Construction BankBeijing150.338.83,382.4225.0Banking
34Agricultural Bank of ChinaBeijing137.530.93,293.1197.0Banking
47Ping An InsuranceShenzhen151.816.31,038.3220.2Insurance
58Bank of ChinaBeijing126.727.53,097.6143.0Banking
727China MobileBeijing111.817.9223.7197.6Telecommunications
831China Merchants BankShenzhen54.912.3982.5130.4Banking
935Sinopec GroupBeijing399.79.5233.0105.6Oil
1039Bank of CommunicationsShanghai64.811.21,388.263.6Banking
1155Industrial Bank Co.Fuzhou49.79.3951.062.4Banking
1259Alibaba GroupHangzhou51.910.3133.7480.8E-commerce
1361Postal Savings Bank of ChinaBeijing61.08.01,386.148.8Banking
1465Shanghai Pudong Development BankShanghai50.08.5916.152.1Banking
1680China State Construction EngineeringBeijing178.85.8271.441.0Construction
1793China CITIC BankBeijing45.66.8883.642.9Banking
1894Evergrande GroupShenzhen71.75.8273.842.5Real estate
19100SAIC MotorShanghai135,25.4114.051.5Automotive
20105China LifeBeijing98.31.9474.8114.2Insurance
21114China Minsheng BankingBeijing46.77.7873.233.9Banking
22124VankeShenzhen41.15.0222.646.5Real Estate
23129Country GardenShunde56.75.2237.435.2Real Estate
24140China Pacific InsuranceShanghai54.12.7191.247.9Insurance
25151China Everbright BankBeijing33.15.1634.731.8Banking