Russia looks at Far East ports due to downturn overland transport
Russia is developing its Far Eastern ports as transhipments hubs on the New Silk Road. This is in response to declining volumes on the land route via Russia, caused by additional prevention and control measures implemented by China. Due to such measures, the volume of transit cargo at the Sino-Russian border fell by 27.7 per cent in August, year-by-year.
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