The Analysis of Logistic Chains from China to the European Union Countries

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The article analyzes possibilities of alternative routes of logistics chains between China and Europe. The new routes should shorten up the transportation time and alleviate the current flows through the big European ports, nevertheless, simultaneously, ensure to preserve other qualitative as well as economic parameters.

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