The Tasmanian gas market is struggling due to the low number of connections, and may collapse if the government does not step in to regulate prices, according to a recent report.
Eastern Europe is not an obvious region for inclusion in China's One Belt One Road (OBOR) plans, since it is geographically, politically and culturally removed from China and from many of the other countries in the OBOR project.
The most northerly OBOR routes may prove the most challenging politically but no route is without difficulty, says expert 22 Aug 2016
FOCUS: The 'new Eurasian land bridge' proposed under China's One Belt One Road (OBOR) plan follows one of the ancient trading routes across Central Asia, Mongolia and Russia to finally reach Europe at Rotterdam.
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