Belt and Road Weekly Investor Intelligence, #36
Tuesday, July 6, 2021
This week’s Belt and Road Investor Intelligence continues with the spotlight on Central Asia as we examine three more Central Asian countries and their growing influential role in regional and Eurasian trade.
Of special note is Uzbekistan, whose trade and investment relations with the EU and UK are rapidly developing.
Kyrgyzstan, meanwhile, has emerged as an added value regional supply chain — we tell you why.
Finally, Kazakhstan represents a major trans-Eurasian route and we look at upcoming infrastructure builds that will enhance this position. The International North-South Transportation Corridor (INSTC) is very much part of all this, and we journey from India to Russia to see what impact this will, and is about to have, on multi-modal alternatives to the Suez Canal.
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- Uzbekistan — An Economic Role Model for Central Asia
- Kazakhstan — The Belt and Roads Highway to Europe
- Kyrgyzstan — Trans Central Asian Road and Rail with Added Manufacturing Value
- INSTC to Improve India-Russian Connectivity with Cheaper Multi-Modal Routes
- Russian Rail Freight Volumes Increase January-May 2021
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