by Staff Writers
Beijing (IANS) Feb 16, 2012
China's high-speed rail network is set to exceed 10,000 km in length as the government is planning to add 3,500 km more during 2012.
The railway ministry will lay 6,366 km of rail track this year, of which 3,500 km will be high-speed lines, China Daily reported Thursday.
Travel time between Beijing and Shenzhen, a key business hub in southern Guandong province, will be reduced from 23 hours to eight hours after the high-speed line between the two cities becomes operational.
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Adani's plan $10-bn coalmine, railroad project in Australia
Sydney (IANS) Feb 14, 2012
India's Adani Group has hit the Australian headlines with their $10-billion mega plan to build Queensland state's largest coalmine, a 500-km railroad, a new township and even a Greenfield airport. According to sources, chairman Gautam Adani was in Queensland, in the north-east of this country, last weekend to finalise various acquisitions and infrastructure projects that are associated with t ... read more
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