Maglev projects may flop

TWO YEARS ago the German government decided to call time on plans to build a high speed magnetic levitation line between Berlin and Hamburg. It was, of course, out of the question to abandon 30 years of research and development paid for by the German taxpayer, so the government promised ...

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