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Arctic Shipping a Reality for Asia

As Western firms wait to for Arctic shipping to show its worth, Asian countries are already betting on the emergence of an Arctic economic rim, reports The Arctic Journal. For centuries, a harsh climate and ice-choked seas dashed the dreams…
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