时间：2017-12-29 21:30:50 Source: Global TimesTime: 2017-12-29 21:30:50
According to the Bangkok Post on the 27th, in order to reduce the total cost of the project, the Bangkok-Chiangmai high-speed rail project undertaken by Japan will have to reduce the maximum operating speed. Thai Deputy Prime Minister Somkiy said that Prime Minister Bayu has instructed the Ministry of Transport to study the possibility of reducing the maximum operating speed of the high-speed rail project from 300 km to 180-200 km.
Sonki introduced the latest development of the Man-Chiang high-speed rail after attending a mobile cabinet meeting in Sukhothai on the 26th. According to the Nihon Keizai Shimbun, Japan ’s Deputy Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Makino Keio, who previously visited Thailand, submitted a report on the high-speed railway to Thailand on the 14th. (About 83.9 billion yuan). It is reported that Japan included aid measures including yen loans in the proposal, but Thailand still believes that the project has a huge financial burden.
"The high-speed railway (project) was previously considered worthy of investment because it can connect China with Yunnan, but now China has begun construction of a railway project linking Laos and Thailand, which will be connected to the Thai-Chinese high-speed railway that extends to Nong Khai Province. "Song Qi said," Therefore, the Manqing high-speed rail project should be reviewed because it cannot connect other provinces and neighboring countries. "
In August last year, Thailand and Japan signed a memorandum of cooperation on the Manchester-Qingdao high-speed rail project. Earlier, China also intended to provide high-speed rail technology to Thailand, but it was eventually not used on the Manqing high-speed rail. Japan's winning bid is considered "winning a round" in the battle with China's high-speed rail. On the 21st of this month, the first phase of the China-Thailand railway cooperation project has begun. Song Qi said on the 26th that the Thai government's goal is to start construction of the Man-Chiang high-speed rail in 2018.
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