China's Southwest has historically been caught in an awkward geographical location - being landlocked and having poor access to the conventional trade routes. But with significant investment build up as a result of policies like the Belt and Road Initiative as well as infrastructure improvements like the China-Europe freight route, trade is booming in China's Southwest. Between 2007-2016, the annual import and export value of Chongqing and Sichuan have increased at a compound annual growth rate of 22% and 13% respectively. Beyond trade development, we will look at other aspects of China's Southwest development in this infographic.
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