China’s achilles heel in line for treatment
TRUCKS that are barely roadworthy, warehouses that are nothing more than large sheds and a catchment area that covers rarely more than a few districts are the common perceptions of China’s fragmented logistics industry. Mostly this is all true, writes Keith Wallis in Hong Kong.
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