BRI remains one of China’s most ambitious global projects to connect regions and continents with each other through an intricate trade network involving road, rail and sea routes. Involving 152 countries spanning across Asia and Central and Eastern Europe, an estimated USD4 trillion are set to be invested in infrastructure corridors of 65 countries representing 75% of the world’s population, 55% of its GNP and 75% of its energy reserves. This is bound to drastically reshape global trade within the Eurasian region. But concerns over ‘debt trap’ continue to hamper efforts. Are these concerns justified? What is the actual mechanism of infrastructure investments? What are the business opportunities available under BRI? Where is BRI going from here?