New Silk Road
Problems of Economic Transition, 2018, vol. 60, issue 1-3, 65-76
This article reviews the possible effect that the PRC’s [People’s Republic of China] Silk Road Economic Belt initiative could have on the transport system of Russia’s Far East. We note that while formally coupled to the project, the system currently meets local objectives for shipments with China and is not included within the initiative’s global targets. In this connection, implementation of the Silk Road Economic Belt cannot harm the Far East’s transport system. On the contrary, the region has an opportunity to expand transport-related cooperation with the PRC.
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