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First train container from Belarus to China

The first container train loaded with dairy products on Tuesday, September 4th, left Belarus for China, local media reported.

The train consists of 41 40-foot containers, 20 of which are filled with Belarusian milk powder. The other containers are filled with Belarusian exports. The train will travel from the Belarusian railway station of Kolyadichi to the Tuanjiecun station in Chongqing, China.

The train will take 10 days to reach its destination. Getting the freight from Belarus to China by sea would take 40 days, experts said.

Read more on Xinhua.





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