Bumps in the new silk road?

China's massive One Belt, One Road program is moving forward -- but there are potential potholes

More than two years after China unveiled its massive and sprawling One Belt, One Road program, project plans are taking shape -- but geopolitical roadblocks loom. The ambitious infrastructure program, also known as the New Silk Road, is a revival of one of the ancient world's longest trade routes. It would span more than 60 countries, linking China to Europe and other parts of Asia by both overland and maritime paths.
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