Slow progress in Mindanao

AMBITIOUS plans to build a complete railway network from scratch on the Philippine island of Mindanao are running into trouble. A report by consultants Louis Berger concedes that the 1436 km network would be a good idea, but says that it would be preferable to build feeder roads from farms ...

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