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World’s Fastest Train with 380 Km Per Hour will be Launched by China

China is all set to introduce the world, the fastest train with a speed of 380 km per hour. It will run on Zhengzhou-Xuzhou high-speed track from next month.  The travel time between Zhengzhou the Central China’s Henan province and Xuzhou, East China’s Jiangsu province is 2-hour 33-minute, which will be shortened about 80-minute. The new train’s continuous operating speed has increased 50 km per hour and 400 km per hour has been counted as the highest tested speed the rain has been able to pull out.

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According to the reports, China will use the new generation train mainly used to ferry passengers. The 16,000 km of the speed train tracks connecting most of its top cities that include the Beijing-Shanghai. The government of China has decided to increase the number of rail tracks to boost the economy of the country through the world’s fastest train. China has gone one-step further by thinking of marketing the fastest train with collaboration with the other countries. And India tops the list.

Chennai-New Delhi high-speed train is part of the teaming that itself will prove profitable as it will work for the benefits for most of the countries, and India and China, both will be profited by it.

China is one of those countries where technology talks for them. From a very little or insignificant electronic product to the world’s fastest train, all are in their bag of surprise. Within a few years, China has proved itself worthy enough to be the most advanced country in the world and there is no doubt this 380kms/hr is not the last of their achievements.

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