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2018 | nr 4(58) | 96--109
Tytuł artykułu

China's Belt and Road Initiative and Business Strategies in the Baltic Sea Region

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Chińska inicjatywa Pasa i Szlaku i strategie biznesowe w regionie Morza Bałtyckiego
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EN
Abstrakty
Celem artykułu jest analiza wpływu chińskiej inicjatywy Pasa i Szlaku (Belt and Road Initiative) na strategie firm działających w Regionie Morza Bałtyckiego (BSR). W artykule dokonano analizy zachowań firm, na które wpływ mają projekty Pasa i Szlaku łączące BSR z Chinami w kontekście chińskiego Pasa i Szlaku i chińskiej polityki "Go Global". Skoncentrowano się na pięciu konkretnych wymiarach: znaczeniu chińskiej koncepcji 16+1 dla regionu Morza Bałtyckiego, gwałtownym wzroście eurazjatyckiego mostu lądowego, roli Białorusi jako węzła chińsko-europejskiego wzdłuż pasma gospodarczego Jedwabnego Szlaku, wpływie morskiego Jedwabnego Szlaku na bałtyckie porty morskie oraz konsekwencjach współpracy Chiny-Rosja w zakresie rozwoju Północnej Drogi Morskiej. Autor kończy konkluzją, że chińska inicjatywa Pasa i Szlaku to szansa dla eksportu, innowacji i inwestycji dla przedsiębiorstw z regionu Morza Bałtyckiego dzięki nowej infrastrukturze transportowej i usługom oraz nowym możliwościom współpracy z krajami Azji i Pacyfiku. (abstrakt oryginalny)
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The purpose of this article is to analyse the influence of China's Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) on the strategies of firms operating in the Baltic Sea Region (BSR). Based on the case study research method, it looks at the behaviour of companies impacted by the BRI projects linking the BSR to China in the context of China's BRI and China "Go Global" policy. It focuses on five specific dimensions: the importance of China's 16+1 framework for the Baltic Sea Region, the rapid growth of the Eurasian land bridge, the role of Belarus as a China-Europe hub along the Silk Road Economic Belt, the influence of the Maritime Silk Road on Baltic seaports, and the consequences of China-Russia cooperation to the development of the Northern Sea Route. It concludes that China's BRI is an opportunity for exports, innovation, and investment for companies of the Baltic Sea Region thanks to new transport infrastructure and services, and new opportunities of cooperation with Asia-Pacific countries. (original abstract)
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96--109
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Twórcy
  • HEC Paris
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