Dating by train from beijing


But China is now keen to promote the export of its technology, and has been building high-speed rail networks in Turkey and Venezuela.$ERUS, $FXI, $GXC, $RSX, Beijing, China, Construction, EM, Emerging Markets, FM, Frontier Markets, high-speed railway, infrastructure, Kazakhstan, Moscow, North Korea, Railway, Russia, Technology, The Trans-Siberian Railway, Transport China has been working intensively on a 2 billion (1.5 trillion yuan) high-speed rail link between Beijing and Moscow.At present, trains between the two run along the Trans-Siberian railway that links Moscow and Vladivostok, before switching to a branch line heading south through the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator.Direct passenger trains between Beijing and Moscow went into operation in 1954 and there are still two services per week, CCTV said.The aim is to cut the journey time from five to ‘two days’. It will go through Kazakhstan and make travel easier between Europe and Asia.The country has the world's largest high-speed rail network, built from scratch in less than a decade, relying on technology transfer from foreign companies, including France's Alstom, Germany's Siemens and Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries.


While Azerbaijan-i's are building it's super expensive project Khazar Islands with estimate costs of ~ 0 bln, Russians together with Chinese are looking to build a high speed rail connecting Moscow to Beijing in 33 hours with estimate cost of around 0 bln.

According to Business Insider - The project would cost more than 0 billion and be over 7,000 kilometres (4,350 miles) long, the Beijing Times reported -- more than three times the world's current longest high-speed line, from the Chinese capital to the southern city of Guangzhou.


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