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Polish trucks to reach China: report

28.07.2019 12:00
The Russian government has recently greenlighted the construction of the last, 2,000-kilometer part of a new highway bridging Europe and Asia, the Puls Biznesu daily has reported.
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The planned highway, dubbed the new Silk Road, is over 8,000 kilometers long and stretches from Shanghai to Hamburg.

The construction in Russia might take up to 14 years, but even in the long run the highway appears as an opportunity for Poland to become a gateway of Asian imports to Europe’s markets, the daily reported.

The highway would also allow for faster transportation of goods to Europe with shipping times up to 10 days shorter than using railway, Krzysztof Witos, a logistics expert, was quoted as saying by Puls Biznesu.

The planned highway is part of China’s Belt and Road project, which seeks to revive old trade routes from Asia to Europe.

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Source: Puls Biznesu