Featuring the week’s latest updates from the silk road region, covering financial, multinational, and socio-cultural developments and news.
With both China and Russia gearing up for overseas rail and Arctic shipping potential to Europe, positive moves to accept and accommodate improved rail links are being taken in the Baltics.
This article discusses key regional actors in what is labeled as the new Eurasian age – the coming together of China’s OBOR ambitions with the Russian backed free trade area the Eurasian Economic Union, together with the members of the Shanghai Co-Operation Organisation.
Featuring the 2019 Silk Road Summit, Latin America, The Plastics Industry, Thailand’s Kra Canal, The Space Silk Road, Chinese Tourists, US Dollar Impact, The Sikkim Crisis, Russia’s Black Earth Belt, Singapore’s Cold Shoulder & Haiti Joins In.
A summary of developments along the overland rail routes along the OBOR, and China’s negotiations with regional partners. The article tries to challenge the misconceptions surrounding the financial viability of the OBOR enterprise and China’s motivations behind it.
The week’s round up of infrastructure development news from across the Silk Road Routes.
Oleg Belozerov, the President of Russian Railways, has signed a multilateral agreement with Chinese, Trans-Siberian, and EU partners to deepen cooperation on the organization of container trains between China and Europe. This article discusses the ramifications of a trans-Eurasian network.
The article discusses China’s autonomous cargo shipping alliance, which will support the adoption of digital unmanned maritime deliveries along OBOR routes.
The weekly round up of infrastructure development news from across the Silk Road Routes.
The article discusses the impact of the EU’s digital connectivity with China and the OBORsphere, and talks winners and losers.