Europe and China should co-ordinate to develop the New Silk Road

cn China-Europe (Chengdu) Railway Express freight train departs Chengdu International Railway Port for Europe

INTERNATIONAL: The European freight sector needs to take a stronger role in the development of rail links with China in order to ensure that Eurasian rail connections can achieve their full potential, the European Silk Road Summit heard.

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