China Flexes Its Global Logistics Muscle

Material Handling & Logistics

China aims to extend its logistics reach from the Pacific to the Atlantic through its One Belt, One Road initiative. The sheer size of the country’s “One Belt, One Road” logistics initiative, for instance, calls into question the true objective of the regional infrastructure plan. I don’t think logistics is the only thing on China’s mind. And what better way to do that than to basically control the foundation of the economy—the logistics infrastructure, Finley explains.

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