Tibet link study

CHINA’s Ministry of Railways has launched a feasibility study for a 1654 km rail link to serve the Tibetan capital Lhasa. Part of a strategy to open up the country’s mountainous southwestern provinces, the new line would start from Dali in Yunnan province, and run westwards through an area close ...

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