Chinese plan border rail link

PROPOSALS to develop a 1380 km rail corridor paralleling the border with North Korea were unveiled by the Chinese government at the beginning of February. To be built over 15 years, the line is expected to revitalise primary industries in the run-down northeast of the country and open up another ...

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