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New Railroad to Link Russia, Mongolia, and China
12.11.2007 15:37
New Railroad to Link Russia, Mongolia, and China

Construction of a new railroad linking China, Mongolia, and Russia started in the Chinese city of Fuxin on November 10, 2007. It is going to be the 3rd railway line connecting these countries. The railroad Fuxin Bayan Ul is to be 487.6 kilometres long; the investments in the project are said to be around 5.86 billion CNY (nearly US$790 million).
      The construction of the railroad will go through three phases. When the railway line Fuxin - Bayan Ul is ready, it is planned to construct the 2nd railway line ending at the China-Mongolia border. The 3rd railroad will run through Mongolian territory and be linked with the network of Russian railways.


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