China's state planner said construction of a dozen of key railway projects will start soon and it will push freight railway constructions in the next few years.
The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), the top economic planner, approved a total of nine fixed-asset investment projects in August, worth 68.9 billion yuan ($9.72 billion), said the spokeswoman Meng Wei at a news briefing on Wednesday.
The NDRC said construction of a number of key railway projects . . .
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