The regulatory crisis in global trade and the era of trade wars and the Western sanctions against China and Russia that have unfolded in recent years have hastened already-rapid growth in bilateral trade between the states.
The EU wants to slash emissions from transport by 90 percent by 2050 by getting cargo off of CO2-emitting trucks and on to much cleaner railways and barges.
The main problem of the world economy is the need for interconnection, based on both cooperation and friendship, in terms of economic development. The only way that economic development proceeds effectively is with the essential development of modern infrastructure.
After the start of the Special Military Operation in Ukraine, the logistics market in Russia was subjected to a significant shake-up, as a result of which logisticians have to fight to create new routes, and the government has to create a special staff to revise the transport corridors. New schemes are unstable and require huge investments, but today Russia has no choice.