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 International Conference One Belt One Road & Greater Mekong Sub-region Cooperation

Event Date : Sept. 01, 2017
Submission Deadline : Jun. 19, 2017
Venue : The Empress Hotel, Chieng Mai  

Website : http://www.pol.cmu.ac.th/news/public/0519.html

In a global political climate prevailed by growing protectionism and insularity, China's "OBOR" (One Belt One Road) initiative plays a mitigating role to ensure continuing international cooperation and regional development. Adopting the approach of "mutual benefit" and "commonly destined communities," China seeks to stimulate the developing economies of riparian countries, in particular, the Greater Mekong sub-regional countries. Hence, this conference seeks to generate academic and practical insights that proffer recommendations to this endearing project. In particular, this conference seeks to attract conceptual and research-based papers organized according to the following sub-themes:

  1. Logistics and Transportation
  2. Economics and Investments
  3. Information Technology and Smart City
  4. Culture and Heritage
  5. Tourism


Organized by : The Consulate-General of the People's Republic of China in Chiang Mai, The Greater Mekong Sub-Region Studies Center (Faculty of Political Science and Public Administration, Chiang Mai University) and Mae Fah Luang University