Mongolian coal failed to reach the Russian port

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As reported earlier on www.business-mongolia.com site (http://www.business-mongolia.com/mongolia/2010/11/08/northbound-railway-transportation-test-has-made/),  the very first 2000 tons of coal in 30 wagon carriages departed Ulaanbaatar Station heading to Naushki – Vostochny port. This action urged wide gauge railway policy adoption by the policymakers.

Some sources inform that the train stuck in an anonymous station in Far Eastern Russia. Actually, Russians allowed to Mongolians 4 times cheaper price than China offers us.

Time will show us if this failure was on purpose or because of innocent failure of transportation.

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2 Responses to Mongolian coal failed to reach the Russian port

  1. a says:

    what kind of broken english is that

  2. Response says:

    Monglish, my friend. Get over it.

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