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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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