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OBOR - Changing face of shipping
Andre Wheeler, 15-06-2017











It is no secret that China is looking for a sustainable West Coast maritime solution that bypasses the risks associated with trade passing through the Malacca Straits, a narrow choke point that places China’s energy security at the mercy of embargos and piracy. The Malacca Straits also presents a geo-political dilemma with the dominant role played by Singapore as a “control point” that is seen as key military ally of the USA, Japan and Taiwan.......



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