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Xinhua Silk Road Information Service Offers Details about the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road
The Xinhua Silk Road Information Service website offers information about the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road, earlier known as the OBOR (One Belt One Road).

BriefingWire.com, 10/17/2020 - FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Beijing, China (October 15, 2020) - The “21st Century Maritime Silk Road” happens to be a modern version of the old Maritime Silk Road which used to connect China with various parts of Africa and Western Asia. The website Xinhua Silk Road Information Service has been set up to offer important information and latest news about this road.

Often referred to as the Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative, this is just like its parent initiative – called the OBOR (One Belt One Road). It is a strategic initiative that fosters economic collaboration and investment growth between various member nations. Since the time it has been proposed in 2013, this economic corridor has been a subject of great conjectures.

The website focuses specifically on the creation of the economic corridors associated to the BRI, with the intention of having better connectivity with the countries of Asia, Europe and Africa. The new trading routes along this corridor are expected to improve multimodal transportation across Europe, Central Asia, Africa, Middle East and Asia. It would lead to about 3 trillion dollar trading volumes with China by the year 2030.

About Xinhua Silk Road Information Service

Xinhua Silk Road Information Service is a website about the Silk Road Economic Belt, financed by the CSE or China Economic Information Service of the Xinhua News Agency. It is intended for institutional, governmental and corporate users.

For more details or for further enquiries, please visit the website https://en.imsilkroad.com

Media Contact

Xinhua Silk Road Information Service

57 Xuanwumen Xidajie Beijing 100803 China

Tel no: 86-10-6307 6014 (Newsroom)

Email: silkroadweekly@xinhua.org

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