Work begins on high speed line through Qinling mountains

China.

CHINA: Construction of the Xi'an - Chengdu railway is set to be start by the end of the year, after the National Development & Reform Commission approved First Survey & Design Institute's alignment during November. Work is scheduled to take four years at a cost of 70·8bn yuan.

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