World rail freight news round-up

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Ulaanbaatar Railway operated its first crude oil train for 12 years on May 15, when it hauled a trainload of 48 tank wagons for Transoil and Rosneft. The oil had been extracted in fields in eastern Russia and was destined for customers in China. Bi-lateral agreements were signed on May ...

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