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A memorandum of understanding was signed to set out initial areas for co-operation. These include the planned exchange of information on regulations, technical standards and routes, work to promote the use of the common CIM/SMGS consignment note for through freight between Asia and Europe, and co-operation to study and solve problems affecting China – Europe freight trains.
This co-operation is intended to support China’s One Belt, One Road initiative to develop trade, and according to OTIF could lead to China examining the possibility of acceding to OTIF.
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