Australia's north-south train sees few exports


By Michael Byrnes SYDNEY, March 24 (Reuters) - Australia's new north-south transcontinental railway, touted as providing a key route for trade with the likes of China and Japan, has proved a largely domestic affair in its first few months of operation. Groceries, tanks, fridges and even dog food have been transported along Australia's railway that cuts 2,979 km (1,861 miles) from Adelaide on the south coast to the northern port of Darwin. But export commodities have so far mostly ...

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