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China will launch a high-speed train specifically for e-business

With the assistance of the General Chinese Railway Corporation 1, in July China plans to launch high-speed trains specifically to serve electronic commerce. The first train will connect Shanghai and Shenzhen.

The relevance of the project is due to the high growth rates of the express delivery industry - in 2013 alone, its turnover amounted to $ 9,2 billion, according to Xinhua News Agency. Railways currently account for less than 1 percent of total traffic. However, this type of transport is gradually gaining popularity.

With the rapid development of express delivery operations, high-speed rolling stock is becoming the choice of an increasing number of Chinese express carriers.

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