Trade impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative: From resource and environmental perspectives

  title={Trade impacts of China’s Belt and Road Initiative: From resource and environmental perspectives},
  author={Xu Tian and Yunyi Hu and Haitao Yin and Yong Geng and Raimund Bleischwitz},
  journal={Resources, Conservation and Recycling},

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