China exports first subway train to India

16:29, March 22, 2010      

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China's first subway train exported for use in India was released by Nanjing Puzhen Rail Transport (NPRT) in China. This subway train has independent intellectual property rights and will be used in Bombay, India's largest city. As the first export of the high-end A-subway trains, this marks a breakthrough for China's railway equipment exportation in the Indian market, and the heightened competitiveness of China's subway equipment in the global market.

Reporters learned that the first subway train to operate in Bombay will be shipped from Shanghai on March 23. The train features a wide body and a large capacity. A series of running tests are to be carried out on its arrival before it begins operation.

By People's Daily Online
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