In a boost for Russia-China trade ties, a new freight train service began Sunday, linking Russia’s Perm with Golmud in Qaidam Basin, northwest China’s Qinghai Province.
The train, loaded with containers of chemical, left China through the Alataw Pass in Xinjiang, and will pass Kazakhstan before reaching Perm, a Russian industrial city of a million people.
The trip covers about 6,360 kilometers and takes 10 days. Officials said transporting goods by train is about a month faster than by ship.
The new freight route is also part of China’s New Silk Road plan.
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Meanwhile, in the land of make-believe (the Disunited States of America) we're reviving the Civil War and continuing to shut down our remaining industries.
Not a good sign.
The deep state would rather DESTROY the US economy than let Trump revive it. Its destruction would let the powers that be "rebuild" it in their own image, and they really don't care who gets hurt in the process.