China builds Central Asia infrastructure dominance with new rail plan
China will strengthen its dominance of the transport infrastructure in Central Asia with plans to ...
Oh dear. The fog over China is becoming ever more dense. First, a survey of US businesses shows that one in four companies has moved some operations out of the country, or plan to do so, and 77% say they feel “less welcome” there. A LLL.com article meanwhile shows that forwarders are also struggling with the weakness in China and expect it to be a weak year with continued downward pressure on freight rates. Even the pre-Chinese new year spike doesn’t seem to have appeared. Is intra-Asia the answer?
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