Coal railway contracts awarded

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MONGOLIA: Plans to construct new heavy haul railways are progressing, with the national railway authority awarding South Korean construction firm Samsung C&T a US$483m contract to build a 217 km line linking a coal mine at Tavan Tolgoi, 540 km south of Ulaanbaatar, with the Chinese border. Work is expected ...

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