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In recent years, State Grid has actively promoted international cooperation with a global vision. It has successfully invested and operated backbone energy networks in seven countries and regions including Brazil, the Philippines, Portugal, Australia, Italy, Hong Kong, and Greece. State Grid has also established ten overseas offices worldwide and opened several research institutes in the United States and Germany. State Grid adopts long-term strategies and sticks to localized operation in promoting the “Belt and Road” Initiative and pursuing globalized development, and adheres to standard operation procedures to achieve sustainable development and aims at shared growth to promote win-win cooperation. The projects State Grid invested in and constructed are all concerned with local socioeconomic development and are important infrastructure projects in related countries and regions. Currently all of them are in stable operation with regulated management and good returns, wining State Grid the recognition and appreciation of local residents and regulatory authorities and a good international reputation. Many projects of State Grid have become flagship projects in the international community, creating economic, social, and environmental value for the local area and helping State Grid to build their image as aresponsible international corporation.