Belt & Road projects could increase global trade and significantly reduce trading costs 

Business Standard. 7 June. 4 minute read.
China’s Belt and Road initiative could increase global trade by about 12 percent by reducing trading and transport costs for countries involved in the initiative. Economies in central Asia and eastern Europe would see the biggest rise in trade – by an estimated 35-45 percent, while China would see it rise by about 20 percent.
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