Air transportation
<p> One of the distinguishing features of air transport as part of the global supply chain is its fitness for intercontinental transportation, alongside sea transport. Air freight is characterized by high tariffs and, as a consequence, by high value of transported goods. While in physical terms air freight accounts for less than 1% of global freight turnover, in value terms its share exceeds 35%. </p>
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Report
11.27.2020
Report
11.27.2020
The Eurasian Landbridge: Implications of Linking East Asia and Europe by Rail

The Eurasian landbridge has contributed to increased sustainable connectivity between the EU and China during the decade of the 2010s. Felicitously, this market-driven development preceded, and also complemented, major foreign economic policy announcements by China and the EU and reinforces their goal of increased connectivity. The resulting connectivity is likely to survive any bilateral political debacles because the economic foundation is strong

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Report
11.03.2020
Report
11.03.2020
Global Freight Flows After COVID-19: What’s Next?

COVID-19 will likely affect trade more profoundly than any other recent crisis. The extent of the disruption will vary by commodity, trade lane, and mode of transport, and it will be steered by local differences in the crisis’s severity