原文题目:Biggest deal for China's bullet trains


China's bullet train is set to go abroad for the first time as the country plans to export 228 bullet trains to Malaysia to develop intercity transportation for Kuala Lumpur, official media said.

So far, this is the biggest deal signed for the Chinese domestically-made bullet train, government-run People's Daily quoted China South Locomotive & Rolling Stock Corporation Limited as saying.



It is specially coordinated according to the track gauge standard in Malaysia and is three tonnes lighter than other trains of the same kind, saving approximately 20,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year.

As the transportation hub of the entire country, Kuala Lumpur shares the largest percentage of public transportation trip.

After put into operation, the bullet train will provide considerable convenience to the local people, it said.




Early this month, China operationalised its high-speed train between Beijing and Shanghai, covering over 1,300 km in less than five hours.

The bullet trains are operating between several cities in China for over an year.

The announcement to export a large set of bullet trains to Malaysia came as China and Japan were involved in a fresh row over the Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) of the high-speed trains.




Japanese company Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. threatened to take action if China files for patents on high-speed trains made using Japanese technologies.

A spokesman of the Chinese Ministry of Railways (MOR) Wang Yongping said on Thursday that China's high-speed rail technologies are much better than those used by Japan's Shinkansen Line.

"The Beijing-Shanghai high-speed railway and Japan's Shinkansen line cannot be mentioned in the same breath, as many of the technological indicators used by China's high-speed railways are far better than those used in Japan's Shinkansen," Wang said, rejecting the Japanese accusation of pirating the technology.





India too has news...
by The Democracy (View MyPage) on Jul 10, 2011 05:06 PM | Hide repliesAll those jealous guys, who are criticizing and pointing out negative sides of China's achievement, need not be unhappy anymore. No need sing "grape is sour". No need to hide your incapability by throwing shiit at China and their achievements.IITians will too create technology for India. After all, Indian govt is spending crores of public money on those guys. No reason to be unhappy just because 99% of the top students from IITs go abroad never to come back and the lowest performing IITians stay back in India to become managers (IIT means technology or management?) in MNCs in India and enjoy fattest pay checks, cashing on their IIT brand name, on the sweat of non-IIT guys.Rediff already published one of their achievement in tech. Read here bit.ly/s5A4SJust wait 100 years and IITians will be able to assemble high speed train, in India, with Chinese spare parts the way some mobile companies in India assembling Chinese parts.And your grandson will surely get that news, of assembled train by IITians, because any shiit done by IITians appear in media without fail.Now who is going to be the first guy to tell me that I couldn't clear IIT so posting this?所有那些指出和批评中国成就的负面、感到嫉妒的家伙,没必要不高兴。没必要“吃不到葡萄说葡萄酸”。没必要通过吐槽中国和他们的成就来掩盖你们的无能。印度理工学院的毕业生也会为印度创造技术。毕竟,印度政府在那些家伙身上花了数千万卢比的公共资金。印度理工学院99%的高材生出国并永远不回来,而表现最差的印度理工学院毕业生则呆在印度,成为在印度的跨国公司的经理(印度理工学院意思是技术还是管理?),并以印度理工学院的招牌和通过非印度理工学院毕业的家伙的汗水,享受丰厚薪资。





Re: India too has news...
by Sonderaj (View MyPage) on Jul 11, 2011 04:25 AM
Don't forget that the 99% of IIT guys left India, they made space for the rest of us here. India has a huge population and it is crowded everywhere.
Also, many of these NRI remit money home which helps our economy too. India's foreign remit ranks #1 in the world.

We should be proud of producing and export IIT guys.




China can't export without Siemen Germanys consent!
by Ravi (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 05:04 PM | Hide replies

There is no innovation in this its just a licensed local production bought off at a stiff cost. Now China is trying to rip off Siemens saying they have upgraded the technology indigenously which they can't prove at WTO. So! in all probability this is just a hot gas.


Re: China can't export without Siemen Germanys consent!
by Sonderaj (View MyPage) on Jul 10, 2011 05:18 AM
Are you paid by Siemens to post here?


Re: China can't export without Siemen Germanys consent!
by Raj Gupta (View MyPage) on Jul 10, 2011 11:39 AM
You need to bury your head in sand deeper.


The 1200-km Beijing-Wuhan HSR is due for
by XianYe (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 05:31 AM | Hide replies

opening at the end of 2011, and the new (second) Guangzhou-Shenzhen HSR will start operation in August 2011, thus making the world's longest HSR measure 2500km in total. Beijing to Shenzhen in less than 9 hours by train beginning 2012. There are several other sections of HSR lines, such as the one connecting Hangzhou and Ningbo, the one linking Fuzhou and Shenzhen(together with the Shanghai-Hangzhou line, it is China's first coastal HRS with a total length of over 1500km), will also open for traffic later this year. The 2500-km record will be broken when the Beijing-Shijiazhuang-Taiyuan-Lanzhou-Wulumuqi HSR becomes operational in a few years.


Re: The 1200-km Beijing-Wuhan HSR is due for
by big.joke@rediffmail.com (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 09:41 AM
India shall import Chinese high speed trains too, and stop funding defence and allocate funds to allow chinese help to develop India's infrustrure, make friend with China....this is only way to survive....


Chinese as Congress president
by simanta das (View MyPage) on Jul 08, 2011 09:52 PM | Hide replies

Our India would have grown like China if we had a Chinese person as Congress president


Re: Chinese as Congress president
by toga (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 06:40 AM
NO, not if there's still 1 billion indian living in the country. Leader is not the onlything matters.


Re: Re: Chinese as Congress president
by Sachin Maurya (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 09:02 AM
Nepolian once said, if 100 lion will be leaded by a dog, they would butchered like dog and if 100 dog will be leaded by a lion they will fight like a lion. Leaders matter


harish bysani
Re: Chinese as Congress president
by harish bysani (View MyPage) on Jul 09, 2011 08:49 AM
why to worry we have our airlines and we mostly work on internet and hence we dont need to bullet trains so just stop your communism idealogies which even china has made liberal, we have better problems and different vision


by such jano (View MyPage) on Jul 08, 2011 08:32 PM | Hide replies

elsewhere through innocvative ways and than modifying it to suit its own and others need is amazing.
China is certainly next super power, its bad news for india because corrupt india will be a sitting duck for chinese if ever they decide to use force against india.
It is alledged that more than 70% hardware of indian armed forced in unusable given the corruption.




Sri Misra
by Sri Misra (View MyPage) on Jul 08, 2011 08:41 PM
Very well said. You have echoed my sentiments. I also fear the same that the corrupt politicians will sell our beloved country and every passing day we are falling behind the Chinese. The politicians only hide themselves under the so called constitution and they are the ones to break all that has been enshrined in the constitution


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