Prosperity rides on better connectivity (Global Times)

An old Chinese proverb goes, “Frequent shifts make a tree dead but a person prosperous.” “Shifts” here are used to convey a sense of movement. How can people move from one place to another? It needs road, rail, air and water connectivity – an implication of multimodal transport. One of the objectives of the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is connectivity – making people, funds and resources flow.

By Ding Gang

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