Modal competition on the China-Luxembourg 'Air Silk Road' intensifies
Competition is heating up between air and rail for New Silk Road cargo. Last week, for ...
There are mounting concerns about the viability of China’s proposed Silk Road corridor, which intends to connect 20 countries in a trade agreement. But the cost, currently estimated at $140bn, a weak Chinese economy, and political problems along the route, including some countries’ mistrust over the dominant role China would need to play, makes it a very ambitious plan, contends this article.
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