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How the Belt and Road Initiative could support an ageing population

The Belt and Road initiative, which has seen the construction of a huge dry port in Khorgos, Kazakhstan, has been criticized for its environmental impact. But it could also bring benefits Image: REUTERS/Sue-Lin Wong - RC155EC09C20

Chenchao Liu

Global Shaper, Munich Hub, Silreal

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