Mongolia shares more than half of its border with China. Economic co-operation between China and Mongolia has played an important role in the construction of the China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor. The city of Erenhot, in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, is the largest centre of rail and road links between China and Mongolia, and as such is a vital strategic location in the cross-border co-operation between the two countries. More
China, Mongolia and Russia are building the China-Mongolia-Russia Economic Corridor in a bid to strengthen existing tripartite trade and investment and turn the region into an integral part of the Belt and Road Initiative. Inner Mongolia, a border province in northern China, serves as a logistics centre and trade hub between China and its northern neighbours and plays an important role in China’s external-oriented economic development. More
The fragmented and out-of-date information and communications technology used in the logistics industry, and efforts to rectify it, are common themes at industry forums, such as the Asian Logistics and Maritime Conference.
Guangdong has announced plans to expand its local express delivery capacity, with the aim of being able to handle up to 17 billion parcels per annum by 2020, with the sector then expected to generate revenue of some RMB200 billion on an annual basis. More
The State Council has urged the relevant government departments to support the innovative development of 22 additional cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zones in the central, western and northeastern regions. More
Double-digit annual growth underpinning even brighter prospects ahead has given DHL Express, the world’s leading international express services provider, the confidence to vastly expand its Central Asia Hub at the Hong Kong International Airport. More