Reviews
Overview
03/02/2020
Overview
03/02/2020
Chemical Industry of the European Union: Key Producers and their Transport and Logistics Capabilities
The EU is the largest chemicals supplier after China. Chemical products bear specific features defining the rules and the means of their transportation.
Overview
02/21/2020
Overview
02/21/2020
Rail transport in Eurasia in 2019
The fast-growing and competitive sector of rail container transportation in the China -Europe — China traffic meets the main challenges of the logistics market.
Overview
09/30/2019
Overview
09/30/2019
Kaliningrad Transport and Logistics Hub
The transport and logistics infrastructure of the Kaliningrad region, together with the favorable geographical location of the region, special business conditions, customs privileges and tax preferences for residents of the Special Economic Zone, creates possibilities for the uninterrupted movement of goods and the dynamic development of international trade relations.
Overview
07/31/2019
Overview
07/31/2019
Impact of Russian Embargo on Trade Flows Structure from European Union to Asian Countries
Analysis of international trade statistics shows that different groups of the European Union (EU) member countries reacted differently to a ban on imports of certain types of food products (hereinafter referred to as «sanctioned goods») by Russia in August 2014, which also implies a ban on transit traffic.
Overview
07/01/2019
Overview
07/01/2019
Transportation and logistics trends 2019
The logistics segment confronts an onslaught of startup
Overview
06/20/2019
Overview
06/20/2019
The Europe Pharmaceutical Industry in Figures
The pharmaceutical industry is a key partner in Europe’s fight against disease, developing new treatments and cures for patients across Europe. It is imperative that Europe remains a competitive destination for medical research and development by maintaining, sustaining and developing a predictable, robust regulatory and innovation-supportive incentives environment.
Source: European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations
Overview
06/06/2019
Overview
06/06/2019
China’s High-Speed Rail Development
Over the past decade, China has built 25,000 km of dedicated high-speed railway—more than the rest of the world combined. China’s High-Speed Rail Development examines the Chinese experience to draw lessons for countries considering investing in high-speed rail.
Overview
11/21/2018
Overview
11/21/2018
Making the railways of the future for the region
Over 65 participants from national administrations, international organizations, non-governmental organizations and the private sector discussed, over a number of sessions, the role of innovation in the sector and good practices that are helping develop the railways across the region.
Source: United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE)