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Nanning – Wuzhou railway, a section of a south China’s high speed rail line, has been put into trial on March 19, 2014. This line will start operation on April 5.
The 577.1-kilometer railway connects two prosperous provinces in South China - Guangxi and Guangdong. Once the railway starts operation, the trade and economic cooperation between Guangdong and ASEAN countries will be boosted.
This article first appeared on english.peopledaily.com.cn
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