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CHINA’S national rail freight volume fell significantly last year amid an economic slowdown, official figures showed yesterday.
Railway cargo fell 11.9 percent year on year to 3.36 billion tons, following a 3.9 percent slide in 2014, the National Development and Reform Commission said.
Freight in the last quarter of the year fell 13.4 percent, after a 13.9 percent dip in the previous three months.
By comparison, rail passenger traffic rose 10 percent in 2015, while air passenger numbers grew 10.4 percent.
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