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China ready to join Malaysia-Singapore HSR project: state councilor

Updated: Jun 23,2016 7:47 PM     Xinhua

State Councilor Yang Jing (R) meets Tan Sri Dr Ali bin Hamsa, chief secretary to the government of Malaysia and chairman of MyHSR Corp. in Beijing on June 23. [Photo/Xinhua]

BEIJING — China is willing to share its high-speed rail (HSR) experience with Malaysia, State Councilor Yang Jing said on June 23.

Yang made the remarks when meeting with Tan Sri Dr Ali bin Hamsa, chief secretary to the government of Malaysia and chairman of MyHSR Corp., in Beijing.

Yang hailed the development of the China-Malaysia comprehensive strategic partnership in recent years.

He said China was ready to participate in the Kuala Lumpur-Singapore HSR project in an open, fair and impartial way, to achieve the principles of mutual benefit and win-win.

The 350 km Kuala Lumpur-Singapore high-speed railway would cut the travel time between the Malaysian capital and the city-state to 90 minutes.

State Councilor Yang Jing (C) meets Tan Sri Dr Ali bin Hamsa (2nd L), chief secretary to the government of Malaysia and chairman of MyHSR Corp. in Beijing on June 23. [Photo/Xinhua]

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