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Completion of high-speed Southeast Asian rail link is still far down the track

Completion of high-speed Southeast Asian rail link is still far down the track

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Posted on 1 August, 2019 by Administrator

WITH PROGRESS made in rail projects in Laos and Thailand, China has advanced its dream of a trans-Asian railway network to link Southeast Asia. But no one can predict when the dream will become true, as many countries in the region remain at different stages of development and commitment. Long before China’s Belt and Road Initiative, Asean planned in 1995 to build a railway from Singapore to Kunming, the capital of China’s Yunnan province. The grouping spent time and money exploring...
Asean Rail Infrastructure & Expansion

Asean Rail Infrastructure & Expansion

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Posted on 25 June, 2019 by Administrator

Based on successful completion of the previous three summit, ASEAN Rail Infrastructure & Expansion 2019 will bring you the most exclusive and influential railway gathering in ASEAN region. It will take place on May 30th -31st, 2019 in Hanoi, Capital of Vietnam. Visionary speech& project case study will lay the foundations for two days of intensive learning, networking, discussion and brainstorming the future path of railway development in Southeast Asia market.   Asia is...
Asean Railways User Acceptance Test (UAT)

Asean Railways User Acceptance Test (UAT)

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Posted on 24 June, 2019 by Administrator

The second meeting of ASEAN Web portal was held in Nouvo City Hotel, Bangkok on 24th and 25th June 2019 and the members of ASEAN Railways Combodia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand , Vietnam are attending on that meeting.
Malaysia aims to become Asean hub for railway equipment

Malaysia aims to become Asean hub for railway equipment

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Posted on 21 May, 2019 by Administrator

The  government intends to position Malaysia as a rail equipment-manufacturing hub in the Asean region, aided by strong partnership with China. Transport Minister Anthony Loke  (picture)  said the local rail industry can be developed with continuous collaboration with Train’s largest train maker, China Railway Rolling Stock Corp (CRRC). He said CRRC is encouraged to further invest in Malaysia as the government may require more train sets to fit in new rail projects nationwide....
Indonesia: accelerating urban transportation development with public-private partnership

Indonesia: accelerating urban transportation development with public-private partnership

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Posted on 21 May, 2019 by Administrator

The country’s rapid urban transportation development is creating vast opportunities for collaboration and investments for the private sector. Indonesia’s steady economic growth in recent years has spurred rapid urbanization across the archipelago. According to the World Bank, the growth rate of cities in Indonesia is 4.1 per cent per year – faster than that in many Asian countries. Further, 68 per cent of Indonesia’s population are expected to live in cities by 2025. This rapid...
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