New Silk Road growth almost reaches rock bottom
Container train from China crossing the border between Turkmenistan and Iran, source: Embassy of Turkmenistan in China
For the first time in over a decade of stable and continuous growth, freight traffic between China and Europe is experiencing a period of stagnation. In the first half of 2022, freight trains trips between China and Europe witnessed a 2 per cent increase, while the amount of TEUs carried rose by 2.6 per cent.
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