This year marks the 10th anniversary of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), a global cooperation platform that demonstrates China’s vision and provides solutions to the reform of the global governance system and multifaceted challenges.
In 2022, the domestic logistics industry has again experienced drastic changes. This time much more serious than during the pandemic. The start of the changes —— 24 February — is not only the beginning of the military conflict, but also of an economic one. The main challenge for the economy in 2022 was the reduction in foreign trade operations with the West, which led to a complete reformatting of relations, the search for new trade and economic partnerships and the restructuring of supply chains