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Newsweek: The Modern Silk Road

Author: Stephen Glain
May 26, 2008

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The spice trade along the famous Silk Road between China and the Middle East has been reincarnated by manufacturers and oil barons. The route has now grown into an exchange of property development, industry, banking and tourism as the regional economies continue to expand.

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