In the years 2014 to 2016, railway transportation of goods between Europe and China was growing at an astonishing pace of around 140% annually, the growth is expected to continue, reaching a planned 5,000 trains in 2020 (compared with 17 in 2011, 1,702 in 2016 and 3,673 in 2017)…
Ports are both strategically and operationally important components of the global economy through being the facilitators of the flow of goods in and out of countries.
Chinese pay special interest to the development of the logistic-transport sector in the Balkans region. This is shown in the increased investment in infrastructure in recent years.
The main actors influencing the Chinese maritime strategy (Maritime Silk Road – MSR) are Chinese governmental actors, namely the Ministry of Transport and local port administration governing ports and traffic in the ports, as well as the biggest players in shipping industry.
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