Silk Road Development Weekly – March 6, 2017

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Our Weekly Round Up Of Infrastructure Development News Across The Silk Road Routes

What We Can Really Expect From The Belt & Road (DHL Logistics)  

Silk Road Revival Plans Could Be Risk For China’s Banks (CNBC) 

Gazprom to invest $1.7 billion in development of Kyrgyzstan’s gas supply system (TASS) 

Russia Becomes Worlds Largest Supplier of Crude Oil (Russia Briefing) 

Central and Eastern European Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies established in Budapest (Xinhua) 

Pakistan Approves Reforms In Tribal Areas (Al Jazeera) 

Why India Is Wary of China’s Silk Road Initiative (Huffington Post)

Kazakhstan: Opportunities and development of continental transport on the Silk Road (UIC) 

Silk Road Project In Sri Lanka Delayed As Beijing Toughens Stance (Reuters)  

How Singapore Companies Can Be Part of OBOR (iesingapore) 

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