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Title of the article Northern Sea Route as Factor of Attraction of Commodity Flows from North-East Asia
Pages 77-87
Author Lazarev Vladimir AnatolyevichLazarev Vladimir Anatolyevich
Ph.D. in technical sciences, associate professor, head of chair
Maritime State University named after Admiral G.I. Nevelskoy
50a, Verkhneportovaya Street, Vladivostok, Russia, 690003
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Abstract Global warming affecting the ice cover of the northern seas opens the new opportunities for redirecting of commodity flow between Europe and Asia. The Northern Sea Route attracts more attention of China and other countries of Northeast Asia as the major factor of saving in transportation costs. The active utilization of new transport corridor may bring much benefits both to the economies of Northeast Asia, due to decrease in supply chain resistance, and to Russia, that can benefit significantly from operational activities on the new northern transcontinental route.
Code 329.92
DOI 10.14530/reg.2019.6.77
Keywords supply chain ♦ Northern Sea Route ♦ transport costs ♦ transport corridor
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For citation Lazarev V.A. Northern Sea Route as Factor of Attraction of Commodity Flows from North-East Asia. Regionalistica [Regionalistics]. 2019. Vol. 6. No. 6. Pp. 77–87. DOI: 10.14530/reg.2019.6.77. (In Russian).
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