HEIHE, China – Years of investing in cities along the
The Sino-Russian border should open the door to mutual prosperity and close partnership between the two world powers.
The potholed streets, stray dogs and empty storefronts of Heihe on China’s far north border are more reminiscent of a declining U.S. rust belt city. The city’s International Trade Center, a three-story shopping complex, was once popular with Russian shoppers looking for furs, leather coats and shoes. Shops are now open, occupying only half of the ground floor.
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