China imports: faltering on the railways

When a freight train rolls out of the Chinese mega-city of Chongqing to haul containers to Germany, it has 10,800 kilometers of track and two weeks of travel ahead. The average speed is only 32 kilometers per hour. But that’s still significantly faster than the sea route and much cheaper than the plane.

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