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Thailand To Sign Accord With China, Laos On Bridge For High-Speed Railway

Eurasia Review Wednesday, 24 April 2019
By Nontarat Phaicharoen

Thailand, China and Laos will sign a memorandum of cooperation on a new bridge for a railway across the Mekong River during Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha’s Beijing visit this week, a Thai foreign ministry official said Tuesday.

The bridge would link Thailand’s northeastern Nong Khai province...
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