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What is China-Laos railway?
Starting from the Mohan-Boten crossing at the China-Laos border, the 414-kilometer-long China-Laos railway will run south to Vientiane, the capital of Laos. Itis scheduled to open in December 2021, with a design speed of 160 kilometers per hour.
Construction of 1st communication tower of China-Laos railway completed
The construction of a 40-meter four-pipe communication tower of the China-Laos railway Vientiane station was completed on the outskirts of the Lao capital on Monday, marking major progress in the railway communication signal project.
Track laying starts in Yuxi-Mohan section of China-Laos Railway
With a 25-meter-long rail steadily laid on the subgrade, the Yuxi-Mohan section of the China-Laos Railway on Tuesday kicked off its track laying in Yuxi city, southwest China's Yunnan Province.
Chinese engineering firm drills 3 China-Laos railway tunnels in December
The Chinese railway engineering company has drilled through three China-Laos railway tunnels in northern Laos in this December.
China-Laos railway tunnel construction making breakthroughs
China-Laos railway tunnels' construction has been continuing to make breakthroughs, as one more major tunnel was drilled through on Friday in the tropical mountains of northern Laos.
Nearly 80 pct of China-Laos railway construction completed
Nearly 80 percent of the construction of the China-Laos railway has been completed, said Lao Deputy Prime Minister Sonexay Siphandone on Saturday.
Chinese workers overcome harsh conditions for China-Laos connectivity project
Rainy season in the Namor District of Oudomxay Province, some 400 km north of the Lao capital Vientiane, is relatively cool in late July, while at the Ban Konlouang Tunnel construction site, located inside mountains there, Chinese workers are sweating.
China sets up green corridor for China-Laos Railway construction
Kunming Customs in southwestern China's Yunan province has set up a green corridor to facilitate transportation and customs clearance of materials for the China-Laos Railway construction, according to the Kunming Customs.
Railway projects under Belt and Road Initiative: China-Laos Railway
China-Laos Railway is a strategic docking project between the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative and Laos' strategy to convert from a landlocked country to a land-linked hub.
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