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In Depth: How China Helped Build Indonesia’s High-Speed Rail

By Yang Min, Wen Simin, Ying Chuyan and Bonnie Cao
2022年12月15日 19:17
The Jakarta-Bandung link, a $7.36 billion Belt and Road project, overcame property disputes, construction hurdles, cost overruns and the pandemic
A test train departs the Dekalur Station in Bandung, Indonesia, to inspect the Yah Wan High Speed Railway on Nov. 16. Photo: VCG

A silver-bodied high-speed train decorated with a flash of red rolled slowly out of the Tegalluar station in Bandung, Indonesia’s West Java province, last month, and everyone applauded.

The spectators included Chinese President Xi Jinping and Indonesian President Joko Widodo. They witnessed the operational trial of the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed train Nov. 16 on the sidelines of a bilateral meeting following the G-20 Summit in Bali.

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