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The main body of the "the Belt and Road": enterprises

under the new economic normal, the internal "maker" and the external "the Belt and Road" are regarded as the two main bodies of China's new economic policy, which have verified the excellent adhesion between polycarbonate and coating

"the Belt and Road" has strong rationality. First, since the reform and opening up, China has mainly opened to the west, resulting in excessive dependence on Western markets. Today, when the western economy is bad, protectionism prevails in the west, and China has to reduce its dependence on the West. This requires China to open up markets outside the west, that is, the vast markets of developing countries. Secondly, since 2008, the world economy has been in an unbalanced state, and Western countries do not have enough capacity to carry out structural reforms to achieve economic rebalancing. Similarly, it is difficult for China to rebalance its economy by relying on Western markets, which is also the reason why China is moving towards developing countries. Thirdly, after more than 30 years of reform and opening up, China has changed from capital shortage to capital surplus, and at the same time, it has overcapacity in many fields. This shows that both China's capital and production capacity need to seek new markets. When the domestic market space is insufficient to absorb excess capital and production capacity, developing countries will inevitably become the markets that China needs to develop

in order to implement the "the Belt and Road" strategy, China has established the central leading group, the Asian basic investment bank, the Silk Road Fund and other institutions. China's "the Belt and Road" initiative has also received positive responses from countries along the border, because development is the last word for developing countries. However, it is not easy to implement this huge project. So far, although the government has made great efforts, the response of many other aspects is not as expected. Therefore, how to deepen the implementation of the "the Belt and Road" is still an arduous task. Many issues need to be considered here, among which the following are crucial

first, the protagonist of the "the Belt and Road". The main body of the "the Belt and Road" is capital and the owner of capital, that is, enterprises, rather than the government. The government must actively participate in building the stage, but the government cannot occupy the stage. However, so far, the impression (especially overseas) is that the government seems to be going out. Enterprises, whether state-owned enterprises or private enterprises, whether Chinese or foreign-funded, although interested or motivated, do not know how to participate, what to do, how to do. This raises a problem that traditional experimental machines can only be inspected by experimenters: the government is too active, and enterprises lack participation from the beginning. If the strength of enterprises cannot be mobilized and enterprises become the main body, the "the Belt and Road" promoted by the government can hardly be full of momentum and achieve sustainability by experimenting and providing data according to international and industrial standards such as GB, ISO, JIS, ASTM, DIN, JG, JT, Yb, QB, YD, YY, QC, sy, SL, BB, Hg, etc

secondly, the content of the "the Belt and Road" is too single. Now the main emphasis is on infrastructure, especially large-scale infrastructure and the financial means it needs. Indeed, China has rich infrastructure construction capacity and technical experience, and China's excess capacity is often related to infrastructure construction, such as steel and cement. At the same time, developing countries also need large-scale infrastructure construction. Theoretically, the combination of excess capital, production capacity and technology can constitute a huge driving force for "going out". However, in real international politics, large-scale infrastructure construction often requires national security considerations in the host country. Many countries often find it difficult to accept infrastructure construction projects that China helps (let alone leads) because of national security considerations. Therefore, we must vigorously expand the content of the "the Belt and Road". Relevant parties have also noticed this. For example, at the Asia Europe connectivity forum held in Chongqing earlier, in addition to infrastructure, transportation, energy, and trade in goods, the issue of whether to build industrial parks along the coast was also raised. In fact, China also has rich experience in this area, and industrial parks are also a way to benefit the local government and people, that is, to provide taxes and employment for the local government. China has also conducted experiments in some countries, such as Belarus, but does not have a relatively complete plan to extend to more countries

third, how to ensure the safety of capital. In many countries along the "the Belt and Road", the rule of law and social and political order are often imperfect, and capital must take huge risks. It is this concern that Chinese enterprises still tend to look for investment opportunities in Europe and the United States. To reduce the risk concerns of enterprises, the government must do something. Western governments have accumulated a lot of experience in this regard, and China can learn from it. The aiib has taken a big step, that is, to ensure the safety of capital through openness and multilateralism. Similar methods can also be extended to other institutions and enterprises

today's China has entered the level of a middle-income country, and the next 10 to 15 years are crucial to upgrading to a high-income country. In other words, we should achieve an annual growth rate of about 7%. This requires both market-oriented reforms like internal mass entrepreneurship and "going global" projects like the "the Belt and Road". In the implementation of these projects, there are bound to be problems, even huge problems, but to solve the problems, we need to rely on rationality. Our machine can provide our users with on-site visits and professionalism, rather than populism and sports. In short, whether internal or external, if the past quantitative economy relied on economic instinct, the future quality economy relied on professionalism

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