Iron Silk Road: Developing the Productive Forces of Chinese Capitalism

While the West counts as profits the destruction of the productive forces through wars, and military weaponry or the production of fictitious capital through banking, China’s economic policies lie elsewhere. China has invested in a railroad that goes from central Asia to Eastern Europe bypassing sea routes controlled by the West. They have cut the transport time from China to Turkey from 30 to 12 days, and shortened the travel time from Xi’an to Prague.

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