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Hefei opens first cargo train to the New Silk Road

2014-06-30 18:20 ChineseTime

Hefei opens first cargo train to the New Silk Road

On June 26, the first cargo train along the new Eurasian Continental Bridge sets off from Hefei, central China's Anhui Province. It will cross the Alashankou and arrive in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and other Central Asian countries in a week, and arrive in Europe in half a month. It signifies that Hefei has the direct cargo train to Central Asia and Europe, and is integrated with the Silk Road economic belt. (CNS Photo)

Hefei opens first cargo train to the New Silk Road

On June 26, the first cargo train along the new Eurasian Continental Bridge sets off from Hefei, central China's Anhui Province. It will cross the Alashankou and arrive in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and other Central Asian countries in a week, and arrive in Europe in half a month. It signifies that Hefei has the direct cargo train to Central Asia and Europe, and is integrated with the Silk Road economic belt. (CNS Photo)

Hefei opens first cargo train to the New Silk Road

On June 26, the first cargo train along the new Eurasian Continental Bridge sets off from Hefei, central China's Anhui Province. It will cross the Alashankou and arrive in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and other Central Asian countries in a week, and arrive in Europe in half a month. It signifies that Hefei has the direct cargo train to Central Asia and Europe, and is integrated with the Silk Road economic belt. (CNS Photo)

Hefei opens first cargo train to the New Silk Road

On June 26, the first cargo train along the new Eurasian Continental Bridge sets off from Hefei, central China's Anhui Province. It will cross the Alashankou and arrive in Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and other Central Asian countries in a week, and arrive in Europe in half a month. It signifies that Hefei has the direct cargo train to Central Asia and Europe, and is integrated with the Silk Road economic belt. (CNS Photo)

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