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Khorgos, a pearl in the desert


A natural cross-roads between Russia, China and Eastern Europe has now been transformed into a huge land trading hub, with no tariffs or VAT

The Khorgos port in Kazakhistan. Commonly known as a dry port, meaning a land port, Khorgos is a goods shipping hub built just a few years ago and already one of the most important trade links between China and Europe. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov

A natural cross-roads between Russia, China and Eastern Europe has now been transformed into a huge land trading hub, with no tariffs or VAT

The linchpin between East and West, in all likelihood, can now be found in the eastern deserts of Kazakhstan, on the border with China, where a land port has begun to operate in recent years that is fated to become one of the most important logistics and trade hubs along the new Silk Road.

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