Middle Corridor developments continue


Since Russia invaded Ukraine, the volume of traffic moved along the Middle Rail corridor linking China with Europe, via Central Asia – primarily transiting Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan and Georgia – has soared. And with more importers, exporters and their logistics partners looking for less politically sensitive and more reliable transport corridors to Russia, further strong growth is expected.

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