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05.17.2022
How China’s Belt and Road Initiative is faring

Since the inauguration of China’s Belt and Road Initiative in 2013, its bold vision has become China’s most important global economic and foreign policy instrument.

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05.12.2022
Uskenbayev: Kazakhstan's Transport Industry Shows Positive Dynamics
The Government meeting, chaired by Prime Minister Alikhan Smailov, has considered the development of Kazakhstan's transit and transport potential.
Source: Forbes.kz
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05.05.2022
What is the China-Europe Railway Express, and how much pressure is it under from the Ukraine crisis?

The China-Europe Railway Express, or China Railway Express (CRE), is key logistical cog in President Xi Jinping’s Belt and Road Initiative. It provides an alternative to container shipping for transporting Chinese manufactured goods to Europe via Russia.

Source: South China Morning Post
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04.28.2022
Ukraine-Russia Conflict Impact on China-Europe Rail Transportation. What Do Operators Say?
How will the Ukraine-Russia conflict affect railway transportation between China and Europe?
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04.21.2022
UNECE publishes a package of important standards for the digitalization of multimodal transport data and document exchange

UNECE and its subsidiary body, the UN Centre for Trade Facilitation and Electronic Business (UN/CEFACT) have finalized and published a set of aligned standards for the digitalization of intermodal transport data exchanges to support global supply chain cargo movements.

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04.14.2022
Logistics from China to Europe: Transport Routes, Duration, and Costs
Whether China is still the “workbench of the world” has become a matter of debate among experts. Still, China produces a great many products that have their market in Europe: be it microelectronics or forklifts. And that means that logistics between China and Europe is in high demand. Here you will find an informative survey of China logistics.
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04.07.2022
What is the situation for China-Europe rail freight subsidies in 2022?

The success of China-Europe rail freight raises the question of its subsidy policy. In 2022, an adjustment seems more likely than an outright end to subsidies.