Japan Will Work on Mongolian Railroad Development


The operations of Mongolian Railroads have been introduced to the Chairman of Japan Freight Railway Company Naohiko Ito, who is in Mongolia on an official visit. He has visited the Ulaanbaatar Railroad Authority’s Management Department and was surprised to find out how different Mongolian and Japanese railroad operations are.
Surprised to find that the railroad system which was incorporated at the beginning of railroad services in Japan, Naohiko Ito commented, “The job of the loading and hauling process is done by an intermediary company. Also the load receiving and reports and documentations are handled by separate companies.”
During the meeting between the Deputy Head of Mongolian Railroad Authority L.Purevbaatar and Naohiko Ito, they discussed the possibilities of working together to develop the Mongolian railroad, to educate young people in information technology and the modern railroad system in Japan. Naohiko Ito also stressed that with the vast amount of green land, the potential for railroad development is far greater in Mongolia than in Japan.

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  1. why not china high_speed railway??

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