The image of camels crossing a desert may spring to mind when one thinks of the Silk Road – but if you think of the belt and road without including digital solutions, then you’re planning is nearly as archaic as those camels. Photo: Tessa Chan The image of camels crossing a desert may spring to mind when one thinks of the Silk Road – but if you think of the belt and road without including digital solutions, then you’re planning is nearly as archaic as those camels. Photo: Tessa Chan
The image of camels crossing a desert may spring to mind when one thinks of the Silk Road – but if you think of the belt and road without including digital solutions, then you’re planning is nearly as archaic as those camels. Photo: Tessa Chan
Gianfranco Casati
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Opinion

Gianfranco Casati and Leo Ng

Hong Kong must embrace digitally-enabled trade to tap belt and road opportunities

The global shift to digitally-enabled trade presents a great opportunity for Greater China management teams

The image of camels crossing a desert may spring to mind when one thinks of the Silk Road – but if you think of the belt and road without including digital solutions, then you’re planning is nearly as archaic as those camels. Photo: Tessa Chan The image of camels crossing a desert may spring to mind when one thinks of the Silk Road – but if you think of the belt and road without including digital solutions, then you’re planning is nearly as archaic as those camels. Photo: Tessa Chan
The image of camels crossing a desert may spring to mind when one thinks of the Silk Road – but if you think of the belt and road without including digital solutions, then you’re planning is nearly as archaic as those camels. Photo: Tessa Chan
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Gianfranco Casati

Gianfranco Casati

Gianfranco Casati is Accenture’s group chief executive for emerging markets

Leo Ng

Leo Ng

Leo Ng is the head of the Hong Kong office and director of greater China operations at Accenture