This rail corridor through the Middle East and supported by the United States aims to counter China’s “new silk road”.
The rail connection offers many advantages for fast delivery and reasonable prices © Freepik
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During the last G20 in Delhi, the White House announced the launch of the “India – Middle East – Europe economic corridor”. The project involves creating a logistics corridor to connect India and Europe to the Middle East via an extensive rail network. This ambitious agreement was signed between the United States, India, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the European Union, France, Germany and Italy.
“This ambitious agreement was signed between the United States, India, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, the European Union, France, Germany and Italy”
Washington’s official goal is to create a trade node and encourage clean energy. Unofficially, it is about competing with China’s “new silk road.” Whatever its origins, this initiative could shake the regional balance. World trade is reorganizing.
A response to China’s ambitions
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