Stuart Salt speaks to the China Daily on the “great possibilities for British businesses” through the Belt and Road Initiative
The China Daily states that "Chinese and British companies are well suited to work together,” in an article discussing how British firms are increasingly advising on Belt and Road initiatives. Linklaters vast experience advising on over 40 Belt and Road projects, such as the financing of Pakistan's Thar Block II coal mine and coal-fired power plant, is mentioned in the article. Global Head of Project Finance, Stuart Salt, said
"we have barely scratched the surface of what is possible under this initiative,” Belt and Road transactions are often very complex cross-border projects and "executing them successfully requires not only technical expertise on the legal issues, but also a deep network of local law capabilities across the regions involved, and the ability to work with partners coming from very different cultural and commercial backgrounds."