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China Belt and Road Initiative

How revival of the silk road could impact world trade

Published Aug 21, 2018

by Hui Lu, Charlene Rohr, Marco Hafner, Anna Knack

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中国"一带一路"倡议: 复兴丝绸之路对世界贸易有何影响

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By using both qualitative and quantitative analysis, this study found improving transportation multimodal connectivity has a positive impact on multilateral trade across countries and regions along China Belt and Road Initiative.

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