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Old April 23rd, 2008, 12:10 PM   #721
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Wow, awesome. No country in the world could afford such development.
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Old April 23rd, 2008, 11:51 PM   #722
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Old April 24th, 2008, 07:05 PM   #724
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China Railway 2007 profit up 92% on construction boom


2008-04-24

BEIJING, April 24 (Xinhua) -- China Railway Group Ltd, Asia's largest construction contractor, said its 2007 profit soared 92.2 percent, helped by the building boom in the world's fastest-growing major economy.

Net income jumped to 3.16 billion yuan (452 million U.S. dollars), or 0.24 yuan per share, based on domestic accounting standards, the company said in a statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange late on Thursday. Revenue rose 13.2 percent to 180.5 billion yuan.

Its newly-signed contracts were valued at 248.5 billion yuan, 25.8 percent more than a year ago.

The rapid increasing investment in the building of roads, railways and property in China has offered huge business opportunities for the construction firm.

China's investment in railway construction reached a record high of more than 250 billion yuan last year, 43.2 billion yuan more than a year earlier, the company said, citing Ministry of Railway's statistics.

"The nation's robust economic growth would continue this year to boost demand for domestic infrastructures, in particular the transport," Shi Dahua, China Railway's chairman, said in the statement.

He noted China planned to invest a total 3.8 trillion yuan in transport infrastructure construction in the 11th Five-Year Period(2006-2010).

During the five years, the government was expected to invest 1.25 trillion yuan in railway building and 170 billion yuan in inner-city rail construction, according to the statement.

Investment in highway construction was forecast to hit 140 billion yuan annually in the coming years through 2010 and 100 billion yuan before 2020, the statement noted.

China Railway, however, acknowledged it also faced challenges, including the increasing fierce market competition, rising raw materials prices, and uncertainties over the global economy and politics.

The company went public in Shanghai and Hong Kong in November, raising 21.9 billion yuan and 21.4 billion Hong Kong dollars (2.7 billion U.S. dollars), respectively.

Its shares surged 9.90 percent to 7.99 yuan in Shanghai on Thursday following the stock trading tax cut.


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Old April 25th, 2008, 03:36 AM   #725
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thats good go china show the USA what your made of.

United states government i hope your taking notes of this and build it quickly?
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Old April 25th, 2008, 05:46 PM   #726
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thats good go china show the USA what your made of.

United states government i hope your taking notes of this and build it quickly?
eh what are you talking about ? please no comparison. I think the US public transport is already quite good, China and the US i think are following two different planning model so the end result is different.

PS : I think China builds these for the Chinese people not to show the USA

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Old April 26th, 2008, 01:22 AM   #727
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just hope Asia railway system developing something like Eurostar.
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just hope Asia railway system developing something like Eurostar.
can't, the development stages and levels of infrastrucure in each country varies too greatly. Some even have different gauges. They'll be lucky of they can get a trans-regional conventional rail link to work.
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Those are great pics, thanks a lot. Do you have more ?
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China Railway Construction earnings

From Bloomberg on 4/28 & gives an indication of the significant upgrades onging in China:

China Railway Orders Expand on Improved Ability, Overseas Jobs

By Lee Spears

China Railway Construction Corp., builder of more than half the nation's railroads, said its order backlog expanded 58 percent last year as it won contracts overseas and gained the expertise to handle complex projects.

Orders on hand rose to 323 billion yuan ($46 billion) last year, the Beijing-based builder said in a statement to the Shanghai Stock Exchange today. The company won 287 billion yuan of new contracts in 2007, 35 percent more than the previous year.

Economic growth in emerging markets and surging oil prices are spurring spending on facilities to transport and refine the fuel. Overseas income increased 81 percent to 6.36 billion yuan last year, tripling the order backlog from outside China to 1.17 billion yuan, China Railway Construction said.

``The company's superior construction technology, reputation and years of experience have helped overseas business to grow,'' the statement said. Business in markets in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East will ``continue to create favorable returns for the group in coming years.''

China Railway Construction gained 2.4 percent to HK$11.96 in Hong Kong as of the 4 p.m. close. The shares have gained 12 percent from their March sale price, about in line with the advance in the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index, which tracks shares of mainland companies listed in Hong Kong.

Earnings

First-quarter net income was 705.9 million yuan, or 0.079 yuan a share, China Railway Construction reported today. Sales totaled 32.9 billion yuan, the company said, without giving year- ago figures.

Full-year profit beat the company's projections after it benefited from a state plan to spend as much as $800 billion on railways, roads and waterways through 2020. The company's biggest business, infrastructure construction, includes building railways, highways, bridges and tunnels.

The results are the first the company has announced since raising about $5.8 billion in share sales in Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Larger rival China Railway Group Ltd. said on April 24 its full-year profit almost doubled to 3.16 billion yuan. The two companies, which each control about half of China's railway- building market, are helping the nation expand its rail network, which meets about 40 percent of demand, causing bottlenecks.

China Railway Construction's full-year net income based on mainland China accounting standards reached 3.14 billion yuan, higher than the 3.11 billion yuan projected in share-sale documents. The company yesterday reported 2007 profit of 2.31 billion yuan based on international accounting standards, compared with its projection of 2.26 billion yuan.

Full-year net income in 2006 was 2.01 billion yuan based on domestic accounting standards, and 1.5 billion yuan based on international standards, according to the share-sale documents.

China Railway Construction raised 22.2 billion yuan in February in Shanghai and HK$18.3 billion ($2.3 billion) in Hong Kong in share sales. On April 1, it exercised an option to allocate more stock in Hong Kong for an additional HK$1.94 billion.
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Old April 28th, 2008, 01:58 PM   #732
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Passenger Train collision kills 66 in eastern China
28 April 2008
By ANITA CHANG, Associated Press Writer

BEIJING - A high-speed passenger train jumped its tracks and slammed into another train in eastern China on Monday, killing at least 66 people and injuring hundreds. Authorities were quoted as saying human error was to blame.

Seventy people were in critical condition after the pre-dawn crash in a rural area in Shandong province, the official Xinhua News Agency said. The injured included four French nationals who were hospitalized with bone fractures, it said.

State television said 247 were injured while Xinhua said more than 400 had been hospitalized. No foreigners were among the dead.

The accident just before the May Day long weekend holiday happened when a train traveling from Beijing to the coastal city of Qingdao derailed and hit a second passenger train just before dawn. About 10 of the first train's carriages toppled into a dirt ditch, Xinhua reported.

The second train, traveling from Yantai to Xuzhou, was knocked off its tracks although it stayed upright. News photos showed one of its carriages sitting across the train tracks.

Xinhua reported that authorities said human error caused the first train to derail outside the city of Zibo and had ruled out terrorism. It did not say what the error was, but said two high-ranking railway officials in Shandong had been fired.

News photos showed rescuers pulling passengers from a carriage sitting on its side. Survivors bundled in white bed sheets from the sleeper cars stood or sat near the wreckage.

Xinhua said bloodstained sheets and broken thermos flasks could be seen on the ground beside the twisted train cars.

It did not say how many people were on both trains for the overnight trips.

"Most passengers were still asleep, but some were standing in the aisle waiting to get off at the Zibo railway station," one passenger surnamed Zhang told Xinhua.

"I suddenly felt the train, like a roller coaster, topple ... to one side and all the way to the other side. When it finally went off the tracks, many people fell on me," Zhang said.

Zhang, who was on the train from Bejing, was injured when the train toppled into farmland beside the track. She said local villagers used farm tools to smash train windows to pull out trapped passengers.

"I saw a girl who was trying to help her boyfriend out of the train, but he was dead," Zhang said.

A 38-year-old woman told Xinhua that she and daughter, 13, escaped unhurt by scrambling through a huge crack in the floor of their carriage.

President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao were monitoring the situation, China Central Television reported. Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang and Railways Minister Liu Zhijun were headed to the site to oversee rescue efforts.

Nine hotels and 34 rescue centers were set up for the families of the victims, Xinhua said.

It said the accident had cut traffic on the rail line that links the provincial capital of Jinan with Qingdao, the site of the sailing competition for the Olympic Games in August.

It was the second major railway accident in Shandong this year. In January, 18 people died when a train hurtling through the night at more than 75 miles per hour slammed into a group of about 100 workers carrying out track maintenance near the city of Anqiu.

According to the 163.com news Web site, it was the worst train accident in China since 1997, when another collision killed 126 people.

Trains are the most popular way to travel in China, and the country's overloaded rail network carried 1.36 billion passengers last year, Xinhua said. That is slightly behind India, which had 1.4 billion passengers last year, according to the Indian National Railways Web site.
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God, that's terrible. My thoughts are with the victims' families now.

If this would have happened in Europe it would be all over the news all day...
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Old April 28th, 2008, 03:49 PM   #734
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Very bad news, it's such a shame that when trains and planes go wrong they go really wrong.
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The death toll is up to 70 now. Hundreds of injured.

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Photo taken on April 28, 2008, shows the site of the trains colliding accident, in east China's Shandong Province. Passenger train T195 en route from Beijing to Qingdao city in eastern China derailed and hit train 5034 early on Monday, causing "heavy casualties", witnesses and a government spokesman confirmed.(Xinhua Photo)

JINAN, April 28 (Xinhua) -- A high-speed passenger train jumped the track in the eastern province of Shandong early on Monday, striking another train and leaving 70 dead and 416 injured, railway authorities confirmed.

Preliminary investigations suggested the accident was caused by human error. Authorities have ruled out the possibility of terrorism.

The casualties were from both trains, one of which was en route from Beijing to Qingdao, a famous summer resort in Shandong and venue of the Olympic sailing competition. The other was traveling from Yantai, Shandong to Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province.

The high-speed train from Beijing, coded T195, derailed in the city of Zibo at about 4:40 a.m. and smashed into train 5034. The second train also left the tracks. At least 12 cars from both trains derailed.

No foreign citizens were killed in the accident, which occurred just before the May Day national holiday passenger rush. However, four French nationals were hospitalized with bone fractures. They were identified as 54-year-old Pascal Boisson, his 14-year-old son Pierre Emmanuel Boisson, 22-year-old daughter Joanne Boisson, and his girlfriend Robin Naurence, 42.

Joanne Boisson, who sustained minor back injuries, politely declined Xinhua's request for an interview. "I'm not feeling well. I'm on my way to see my younger brother at a separate hospital," she said over the phone.

Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang, who was overseeing rescue work at the site, visited Zibo Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital where Joanne and her father were being treated on Monday afternoon.

The hospital had received 21 injured passengers so far and more were expected, said Zhang Jun, head of the orthopedics department.

The youngest patient was a 3-and-a-half-year-old boy, Liu Jinhang, from Qingdao.



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Train Deaths

Sorry to comments to my chinese brothers that I must say Chinese railways system is still on an infant stage. Still have system failures such as the recent
accidents. Anyway...there is still time to improve at least this should not happen during the Olympicss...

---Keep On Improving...SAFETY FIRST..!!!
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Sorry to comments to my chinese brothers that I must say Chinese railways system is still on an infant stage. Still have system failures such as the recent
accidents. Anyway...there is still time to improve at least this should not happen during the Olympicss...

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70 killed, 416 injured in train collision in Shandong
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Updated: 2008-04-28 19:00


JINAN -- A high-speed passenger train jumped the track in the eastern province of Shandong early on Monday, striking another train and leaving 70 dead and 416 injured, railway authorities confirmed.

Preliminary investigations suggested the accident was caused by human error. Authorities have ruled out the possibility of terrorism.

The casualties were from both trains, one of which was en route from Beijing to Qingdao, a famous summer resort in Shandong and venue of the Olympic sailing competition. The other was traveling from Yantai, Shandong to Xuzhou, Jiangsu Province.

The high-speed train from Beijing, coded T195, derailed in the city of Zibo at about 4:40 a.m. and smashed into train 5034. The second train also left the tracks. At least 12 cars from both trains derailed.
No foreign citizens were killed in the accident, which occurred just before the May Day national holiday passenger rush. However, four French nationals were hospitalized with bone fractures. They were identified as 54-year-old Pascal Boisson, his 14-year-old son Pierre Emmanuel Boisson, 22-year-old daughter Joanne Boisson, and his girlfriend Robin Naurence, 42.

Joanne Boisson, who sustained minor back injuries, politely declined Xinhua's request for an interview. "I'm not feeling well. I'm on my way to see my younger brother at a separate hospital," she said over the phone.

Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang, who was overseeing rescue work at the site, visited Zibo Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital where Joanne and her father were being treated on Monday afternoon.

The hospital had received 21 injured passengers so far and more were expected, said Zhang Jun, head of the orthopedics department.

The youngest patient was a 3-and-a-half-year-old boy, Liu Jinhang, from Qingdao


Pre-dawn nightmare

The accident occurred in Hejiacun village, about 500 meters east of the Wangcun Railway Station in Zhoucun District in the suburbs of Zibo, about 70 kilometers east of the provincial capital, Jinan.

One passenger, surnamed Zhang, said the train from Beijing was like a "roller coaster".

"It toppled 90 degrees to one side and then all the way to the other side. When it finally went off the tracks, many people fell on me and hot water poured out of their thermos flasks," said Zhang.

When Zhang escaped from the wrecked train, she saw many villagers had voluntarily joined the rescue work, some smashing train windows with farm tools to free trapped passengers. Others brought food and water from home.

"I saw a girl trying to help her boyfriend out of the train -- only to find he was dead," Zhang said.

Zhang and other survivors also joined the rescue work, using blankets and sheets from the sleeper cars as stretchers to carry out the seriously injured.

"For a time, so many people were trying to make phone calls that the mobile communications network was congested and no one could get through," said a fourth-year college student surnamed Xu, who was traveling from Beijing to Qingdao to visit her boyfriend. She was not injured in the accident.

Wang Xiaoyu, 23, from the northeastern Heilongjiang Province and his girlfriend were also among the lucky passengers on board T195. They were on the seventh carriage, far enough from the 10th to 18th carriages that derailed.

"We were still asleep but felt the train jump twice. Then the whole carriage had a power failure," said Wang. "Within 20 minutes, a stewardess came and told us to join the rescue work."

Wang and several other young men walked about 500 m to the derailed cars. "I pulled seven or eight people out of the wrecked train -- some of them were already dead."

Wang and more than 30 other survivors took a bus to Qingdao at 4:30 pm.

Xu Dongtan, a physician with Zibo Central Hospital, said he arrived at the site at 6 a.m. "I examined at least 110 patients to decide which hospital they were to go to. Most people suffered bruises and fractures," he said.

Patients were sent to 19 hospitals in or near Zibo. The city government has sent a 1,500-member team to help and console victims' families. Nine hotels and 34 rescue centers have been reserved for the victims' families.

Human error to blame

A preliminary investigation by railway and work safety authorities suggested the accident, the worst since 1997, was caused by human error.

Authorities have ruled out the possibility of terrorism.

Although investigations are continuing, some investigators said that T195 was traveling at 131 kilometers per hour before the accident, far in excess of the speed limit of 80 km/hr between Zhoucun and Wangcun.

Immediately after the accident, two top officials of the Jinan Railway Bureau were sacked. The bureau's former director Chen Gong and former Communist Party chief Chai Tiemin face an investigation by the Ministry of Railways.

The ministry has appointed Geng Zhixiu, deputy engineer-in-chief of the ministry as the new director, and Xu Chang'an, deputy chair of the ministry's trade union, as the new Party chief.

A ministry spokesman has offered condolences to the victims.

"We grieve over the loss of life and sincerely hope those who were injured in the accident will recover soon," said Wang Yongping.

The accident caught the attention of top Chinese leaders including President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao.

Minister of Railways Liu Zhijun and head of the State Administration of Work Safety Wang Jun are at the site to oversee the rescue work.


Traffic disruptions

The crash disrupted two-way traffic on the century-old Jinan-Qingdao Railway, a 384-km trunk line between the two big cities in Shandong.

The railway was originally built by the Germans in Qingdao in 1901 and opened to traffic in 1904.

Thousands of passengers were stranded at stations in Shandong on Monday and authorities arranged buses to divert the crowds.

Cranes and forklifts were sent in at midday to remove the wrecked cars and damaged cross-ties from the rails. By 5 p.m., more than 1,000 workers were still repairing the line. Electricians installed more lighting for night repair work.

The Ministry of Railways said it expected to restore service at about 8 a.m. on Tuesday.

Monday's crash was the second major rail accident in Shandong this year.

In January, a high-speed train from Beijing to Qingdao ran down a group of railway workers, leaving 18 dead and nine others injured. The workers were relocating the tracks when the train struck the work site in Anqiu.

China had raised train speeds six times as of April 2007, with railways allowing a speed of more than 200 km per hour totaling 6,227 km. By 2020, the length of such high-speed railways is forecast to reach 18,000 km and high-speed services will cover 50,000 km, serving 90 percent of China's population.

Work has started on several new high-speed rail lines, including the Beijing-Tianjin railway and the Beijing-Shanghai railway. The latter, with a designed speed of 350 km/hr, broke ground in mid-April.


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What a ******* idiot, exceeding the speed limit with more than 60%!
Reminds me of the commuter train accident in Tokyo a couple of years back, where the speed limit also was grossly exceeded.

I can't wrap my head around that these people don't realize that they're playing with people's lives.
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China sacks railway officials shortly after deadly train collision


www.chinaview.cn 2008-04-28

JINAN, April 28 (Xinhua) -- Two high-ranking railway officials were sacked on Monday following a deadly train collision which has claimed 66 lives and injured hundreds in east China's Shandong province.

Chen Gong, former director, and Chai Tiemin, former Party secretary of of the Jinan Railway Bureau were sacked and subject to investigation by the Ministry of Railways, Xinhua learnt from the rescue headquarters.

The ministry has appointed Geng Zhixiu, deputy engineer-in-chief of the ministry as the new director, and Xu Chang'an, deputy chair of the ministry's trade union as the new Party chief.


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