ities for UK and China businesses transitioning from investment and infras

tructure into an operating phase where British service providers can really benefit.

As a matter of fact, many UK companies have already started to profit by playing

an active part in projects in the countries involved the Belt and Road Initiative.

UK engineering consultancy Mott MacDonald has been working with PetroChina in Iraq

and the UAE, especially in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, for more than 10 years. The Chinese project has h

elped Mott MacDonald make $6-10 million in fee revenue each year over the past decade, said Martin Tai, energy div

ision general manager and team leader of the company’s China Going Out Initiative.

After attending the second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooper

ation in April, Astle said the trend of BRI investment will continue and new opp

ortunities will be generated with green financing, standards compliance and transparency.

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