New Silk Road in 2020: Covid-19, increased traffic and empty containers
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2020 was a year of remarkable growth for rail freight traffic on the New Silk Road, despite the many difficulties. More trains, increased volumes, new destinations across the Eurasian routes, but also congestions, and imbalances compose the mosaic of the New Silk Road in the year about to end.
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