Fast Train to China

Dolan, Kerry A.
March 2007
Forbes Asia;3/26/2007, Vol. 3 Issue 5, p24
The article discusses the success of the operations of rail equipment company Bombardier Transportation in China, with its Bombardier Sifang Power (Qingdao) Transportation Ltd. The company has inked nearly 40 contracts with China over the past two decades. In November 2006, Bombardier got a $326 million contract for 306 cars and a propulsion system for a new Shanghai metro line, which it says is the biggest single metro car order in Asia so far.


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