China is facing criticism after cement factories relocated environmentally unfriendly operations close to Dushanbe, the capital of Tajikistan. If Beijing isn’t careful about the quality of investments it sends abroad, it could gain a dirty, polluting name that will be hard to clean up.
By Dezan Shira & Associates The traditional Silk Road scholars tend not to take much notice of Siberia when it comes to the impact it had on trade. However, Chinese merchants often headed north, across the Gobi (there is an ancient monastery and temple at Erdenedalai at the edge of the northern Gobi in Mongolia where[…..]
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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) […..]
By Dezan Shira & Associates As a New Silk Road project is being developed, new growth opportunities and new challenges are appearing. The competition between China and Russia for influence over the former Soviet republics in Central Asia is increasing, and new economic ties are reconstructing one of the most promising regions in Eurasia.
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[…..]