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Wuhan unveils multimodal ambitions

Wuhan is eyeing more container routes as the Chinese river-port embarks on the second phase of a river-rail project that will make it China’s largest inland river-rail transportation base.

Located along the Yangtze River, Wuhan, originally the Covid-19 epicentre, has been making an economic recovery, posting container throughput of 1.96 million TEU in 2020, accounting for 85% of containers handled by ports in Hebei province.

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Martina Li
Asia Correspondent

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