With closed borders, collapsing national currencies, the cancellation of air flights and truncated rail connections, what will become of perhaps the greatest international project in the world, the New Silk Road? Like many countries, within China there is a drop in GDP, rising unemployment and large financial expenditures that will be required to restart their economy. In the short run, work on the New Silk Road will be slowed. However one of the fastest ways of getting things on track is to help those countries involved in building the New Silk Road with their health problems. So far, the Chinese have helped at least 10 countries around the world.
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