Q&A Lipin / Freeman / Russia / China / Port

September 22, 2014 09:54 PM
Q&A Lipin / Freeman / Russia / China / Port 1890686
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Yesterday On Daybreak Asia We Reported How A Landlocked Province In Northeastern China Is Hoping To Open New Export Routes For Its Trade-Starved Economy By Offering To Help A Russian Company To Expand A Nearby Russian Port On The Sea Of Japan Coast. China Has Been Seeking Access To North Korean And Russian Ports Because Of A Peculiar Convergence Of Three Nations Borders On The Tumen River, Where Jilin Province Is Cut Off From The Sea Of Japan's Shoreline By Distance Of Only 15 Kilometers.