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    Zhao is also an adviser to the China Institute for Innovation and Development Strategy.



    Passenger train speeds will reach 200 kph and freight trains 160 kph, Zhao told China Daily.



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    "It can be regarded as a new Silk Road," he said.



    The pace of railway construction in Xinjiang has increased significantly since September, when President Xi Jinping raised the idea of a Silk Road economic belt. He proposed reviving the ancient trade route connecting China, Central Asia and Europe.



    Zhao also said China is considering a 3,000-km line from Yunnan province that would pass through Laos, Thailand and Malaysia to Singapore.



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    Premier Li Keqiang has also promoted high-speed railway technology during his many overseas visits.



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    Ji Jialun, a railway expert at Beijing Jiaotong University, said many details are still under discussion concerning the high-speed railway planned between Xinjiang and Europe.



    "A host of factors http://www.losangeleskingsteamstore.com/adidas-kurtis-macdermid-jersey , such as geopolitics, technological issues and funding have to be considered," he said. "As far as I know, the government has begun to negotiate this project with Kazakhstan, which is willing to cooperate with us on building such a link."



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    "Central Asian and Middle Eastern nations use 1,524 mm broad gauge tracks, while China adopts the standard gauge of 1,435 mm," Ji said.



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    Peru's Paolo Guerrero (L) and Colombia's Oscar Murillo (R) react during the Russia 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier match http://www.losangeleskingsteamstore.com/adidas-jonny-brodzinski-jersey , at the National Stadium of Lima, in Lima, Peru, on Oct. 10, 2017. The match ended in a draw 1-1. (XinhuaCarlos LezamaANDINA)

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    LIMA, Oct. 11 (Xinhua) -- Peru coach Ricardo Gareca has urged the country's football fans to "keep the faith" after the Blanquirroja kept alive their hopes of qualifying for the World Cup for the first time since 1982.



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    The teams will play a two-legged home and away tie in November for a berth in football's premier event in Russia next year.



    "The message I have to supporters is that they shouldn't stop believing. Be confident and keep faith in us," Gareca told reporters.



    "To be in this position was one of our targets for the qualifiers. There's 180 minutes left. We know that it is difficult but we know that it is up to us."



    If Peru qualify, it would represent a curious twist of fate for Gareca. It was the Argentine who killed off Peru's hopes of earning a place in the 1986 World Cup with his late goal in a decisive qualifier in Buenos Aires.



    Peru has clearly forgiven the 59-year-old, who has overseen a stark change of fortunes for the national team.



    Having looked destined to miss the World Cup after a 2-1 loss to Chile in Santiago a year ago, Peru are now one of the region's most in-form sides and are unbeaten in their past six matches.



    They have also had their share of luck. Earlier this year they were aided by a FIFA decision to strip Bolivia of their 2-0 victory over the Blanquirroja in La Paz for fielding an ineligible player. The three points awarded to Peru proved pivotal in CONMEBOL's final standings.



    The optimism surrounding the Andean nation's qualifying hopes was shared by President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski, who took to social media to thank Gareca and his players while rallying Peruvians to get behind the team.



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    Abe has seen the support rate for his cabinet tumble to historic lows following a string of gaffes and blunders linked to his ruling Liberal Democratic Party's and Komeito coalition ally's representatives.



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