SHANGHAI, Feb 24 (Reuters) - China's Ministry of Railways will start a new round of tender offers this year for its high-speed railways that could be worth up to 40 billion yuan ($6.35 billion), the China Securities Journal reported on Friday, quoting industry sources. The ministry also plans to procure 86 billion yuan worth of vehicles this year, the sources told the newspaper. China CNR Corp and China South Locomotive and Rolling Stock Corp Ltd (CSR) , may be the main beneficiaries of the ...
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