First batch of goods shipped by the new China-Myanmar joint railway and road transport line to arrive in first week of June

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YANGON, May 31 (Eleven Media Group/ANN): The first batch of goods on the new China-Myanmar joint railway and road route will arrive in Mandalay in the first week of June, according to the Myanmar version of China Radio International-CRI under the control of Chinese government.

The new China-Myanmar route (Chongqing-Lingchang-Myanmar) International Railway, carrying 60 containers, departed from Yueqing Station, Guoyuan Port, Chongqing, on May 23 and arrived in Linsong, Yunnan Province on May 28.

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