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This paper investigates the linkages between real openness and service trade under the belt and road initiative. Three dimensions including competitiveness, growth rate of services export and proportion of emerging services are used to measure service trade. Covering the period of 1995-2016 and using vector-error correction (VEC) model and impulse response functions (GRIFS), we find that a general long-run equilibrium relationship among the service trade, the openness, the human capital and thedoi:10.4236/ajibm.2019.96094 fatcat:oe7dnahrljhirepwtbn5yvdywy