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CHINESE AUTHORITIES LIFT MOTOR TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

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CHINESE AUTHORITIES LIFT MOTOR TRAFFIC RESTRICTIONS

The Delmarvia Star
30 January 1927


Harbin, Jan. 30—The ban on motor traffic between Manchuria and Mongolia, which had been placed by the Chinese authorities has finally been lifted. The interruption of communication had placed great difficulties in the way of the rising Mongolian-Manchuria trade. On account of the general business depression in North Manchuria, many local merchants turned their attention to Mongolia and had begun to establish promising business relations with the Mongols and the soviet colony at Urga.



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