Through a strategic alliance with the Port of Rotterdam, the Chinese state is making new advances for its idea of a new “Silk Road”, which should lead to closer ties between Europe and Asia through investments in infrastructure – an idea China begun advocating for in 2013.
"The Port of Rotterdam sees a role for itself in this network as a key logistics hub," the Port of Rotterdam writes in a press release.
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