The new silk road: opportunities for global supply chains and challenges for further development

Rail trans­port bet­ween Europe and China is de­ve­lo­ping dy­na­mi­cal­ly. Efforts to in­cre­a­se their eco­no­mic ef­fi­ci­en­cy are ne­vertheless ne­cessa­ry, as Chinese pro­vin­ces have so far sub­si­di­sed trans­por­ta­ti­on. In the ar­ti­cle ‘The new silk road: op­por­tu­nities for glo­bal sup­ply chains and chal­len­ges for fur­ther de­ve­lo­p­ment’ re­cent­ly pu­blis­hed in LogForum ma­ga­zi­ne Norbert Wagener (W&H), Bernard Aritua, Tong Zhu (The World Bank) dis­cuss ap­proa­ches how to meet this chal­len­ge. You can down­load the ar­ti­cle he­re as a PDF file.
Dr. Norbert Wagener of W&H will be hap­py to an­s­wer any ques­ti­ons you may have.

The new silk road: op­por­tu­nities for glo­bal sup­ply chains and chal­len­ges for fur­ther de­ve­lo­p­ment
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