BEIJING: China's ambitious strategy to export its high-speed railway technology, including to India, was facing various obstacles as its aim of boosting connectivity with nations across continents was difficult to achieve mainly due to high costs, according to a media report.
Construction of high-speed railways abroad is part of Beijing's massive 'One Belt, One Road' (silk road) initiative to increase trade and infrastructure links with countries from Asia to Africa, but most of the current rail projects have been stalled.
"China's ambitious strategy to export its high-speed railway technology is facing various obstacles, making its aim of boosting connectivity with nations across continents difficult to achieve," the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post said, citing industry insiders.
13 hours ago
China bid international tenders in low price not including many aspects of the projects.They ensure contract giving bribes in third world developing countries influential political members, then they demand more and more money. You may take international investigation where they have completed projects. They are actually technology thieves but fast and concentrate in works. Japan and German technology are best but japan is better for India due to same environment and social aspects.
15 hours ago
Let China go to Pakistan, sell the same, give their technology and get terrorism in return..
17 hours ago
No thanks. Will you buy a made in Japan product or a Made in China product? Everybody knows Chinese products are cheaper, but quality is pathetic.
1 days ago
mix of japanese and german techs....looks like NOT tech inventor but tech THEIVES ???