About our partners
We are collaborating with a range of strategic partners, working together to explore and define the opportunities and challenges facing countries and businesses along the routes.
Deloitte China network of firms, backed by the global Deloitte network, deliver a range of audit and assurance, consulting, financial advisory, risk advisory and tax services to local, multinational and growth enterprise clients in China.
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Pakistan-China Institute (PCI)
The Pakistan-China Institute launched in October 2009 with the objective of promoting people-to-people relations between Pakistan and China.
PCI aims to be the principal non-government platform to promote people-to-people ties between the two countries in all areas including defence and diplomacy, education, energy, the economy and the environment.
The PCI has a focus on youth and women. It works via discussion and analysis using methods such as conferences, lectures, exchange visits and multi-channel media including publications and documentaries.
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Shanghai National Accounting Institute (SNAI)
Established in 2000 the Shanghai National Accounting Institute (SNAI) is under the dual leadership of the Ministry of Finance of China (MOF) and the Shanghai Municipal People's Government.
SNAI seeks to cultivate high-end talent for the accounting industry and provide advanced continuing education for macroeconomic regulators, large-and-medium-sized state-owned enterprises (SOEs), financial institutions and intermediaries.
SNAI has trained over 1.4 million with programs such as the National Leading Accounting Talents Program; Program for Chief Accountants at SOEs, and a series of advanced, customized courses for enterprises, financial institutions, and finance and taxation professionals.
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Shanghai Stock Exchange
Founded in 1990 The Shanghai Stock Exchange (SSE) started operating in the same year. It is a non-profit organisation directly governed by the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC). The aim of the SSE is to create a transparent, open, reliable, and efficient marketplace covering four major securities categories: equities, bonds, funds and derivatives.
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