China And Thailand To Sign $5 Billion Rail Infrastructure Agreement, Linking Bangkok To Kunming

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In a major boost to Thailand’s transportation infrastructure, the military government is set to sign a more than $5 billion agreement with China for a high-speed rail network. The first stage of the rail, the 252 kilometers from Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima, is a key step in a line that, once complete, will stretch more than…


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