Silk Road Development Weekly – March 13, 2017

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

The New Silk Road Becomes A Eurasian Land Bridge (Schiller Institute) 

Kazakh Finance Minister Pledges To Cut Red Tape For Business (Astana Times) 

Truck Motorcycle Production Starts in Tashkent (Uzbekistan Today) 

Participants of Muynak Industrial Zone To Receive Tax Preferences (Uzbekistan Daily) 

At Construction Fair, China’s Silk Road Feeds Hope of 2017 Recovery (Economic Times) 

Belt & Road Initiative Important for Nepals Socio-Economic Development (Xinhua) 

Kazakhstan, Vietnam Agree Cargo Transportation Along Key Route (Astana Times) 

FTA Set To Start New Era in Turkey-Pakistan Economic Ties (Hurriyet Daily) 

Railway Linking Azerbaijan to Iran to be Commissioned in March (News AZ)  

Chinese FM Meets Madagascars President on OBOR Co-Operation (Xinhua) 

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