Wednesday, July 20, 2005

Changzhou and Cambodia Sharing a Promising Future

According to A 12-person Cambodian delegation led by the country's minister for public projects and transportation recently paid a field visit to the city of Changzhou to learn about its economic and trading potential. The visit was primarily for a study of Qishuyan Locomotives Plant, its equipment and production capacity as well as for cooperative possibilities between the two sides.

Last year, the plant exported 2 combustion locomotives to Cambodia. Zhang Lihang, Vice Mayor of the city briefed the guests on the economic and social aspects of its latest development. He hoped that more cooperation and exchanges could be forged in the future, especially bilateral cooperation in railway transportation. The Cambodian transport minister expressed his gratitude for the warm hospitality extended by his host. He said, after his visit, he would strive to further enhance the bilateral friendship and purchase more combustion locomotives from Changzhou.


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