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Eurasia's economic architecture emerging

Academic Kent Calder sees a new industrial revolution coming to the lesser-known continent

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Prof Calder has set out a vision in which China and Germany come together across the vast central Asian steppes and the Ural Mountains to form a major new industrial production complex.

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AFRICA was once known as the Dark Continent when much of it was unknown and few people wanted to go there. The same could be said now of the Eurasian continent where the Central Asian republics divide Asia from Europe. But change is coming, some say, and with it could come a new

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