New Silk Road border closure recalled last minute
Rail freight traffic at the New Silk Road borders of China did not come to a standstill last week, contrary to what had been announced. In week 41, China Railways had released an official mandate to stop the loading of Europe-bound trains via the border crossings of Alashankou and Erenhot from Monday 25 October. The day after this mandate was released, it withdrew this decision.
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