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General News    H4'ed 2/10/16

First Chinese Train Arrives to Russia as Part of New Silk Road

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The very first freight train arrived to Russia's Kaluga Region from China as part of the Beijing-led New Silk Road infrastructural project, according to the official website of the Kaluga Region.  The Chinese-led $900-billion New Silk Road infrastructural project is supposed to connect East Asia, the Middle East, Europe and even Africa.  Russia would also play a major part in the construction of the future major project. The train that arrived from China to the Kaluga Region is a test drive of a large scale trade volume of between the two countries.  The cargo train was mostly fit with components for the Samsung company, based in the city of Kaluga.
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