What does the EU-China agreement on investment offer rail freight?
The Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) signed between the EU and China in late December 2020 is branded as the most ambitious agreement ever concluded by China with a third country concerning investment. It touches upon issues related to air and maritime transport, however, it leaves rail transport out of the foreground. How could Eurasian rail freight benefit from the agreement?
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