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China opens first land freight route with South Asian countries

Updated: May 18,2016 10:10 AM     Xinhua

A chinese lorry truck stops at a custom warehouse in Jilong county, southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, May 17, 2016. China opened its first international land freight route with South Asian countries at Jilong, a frontier port bordering Nepal. The joint rail-and-road transportation started from Lanzhou by train and made a transfer in Shigatse before it reached Jilong by lorry.[Photo/Xinhua]

A Nepalese lorry goes out of a custom warehouse in Jilong county, southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, May 17, 2016. China opened its first international land freight route with South Asian countries at Jilong, a frontier port bordering Nepal. The joint rail-and-road transportation started from Lanzhou by train and made a transfer in Shigatse before it reached Jilong by lorry.[Photo/Xinhua]

Workers transfer goods onto a Nepalese lorry at a custom warehouse in Jilong county, southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, May 17, 2016. China opened its first international land freight route with South Asian countries at Jilong, a frontier port bordering Nepal. The joint rail-and-road transportation started from Lanzhou by train and made a transfer in Shigatse before it reached Jilong by lorry. [Photo/Xinhua]

A crane hoists an arriving container at a custom warehouse in Jilong county, southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, May 17, 2016. China opened its first international land freight route with South Asian countries at Jilong, a frontier port bordering Nepal. The joint rail-and-road transportation started from Lanzhou by train and made a transfer in Shigatse before it reached Jilong by lorry.[Photo/Xinhua]

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