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 China's Pledge to Tackle Climate Change Forceful: Expert
 China Joins Global Elite in Fast Rail
China has become a world leader in high-speed railway technology with its development of a cutting-edge permanent magnet synchronous traction system that will take bullet trains to an ultrafast 500 kilometers per hour
 New Traction System Speeds up Chinese Bullet Trains
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-International Space Science Institute Sets up Beijing Branch
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-Jiaolong Halts Seamount Exploration as Storm Approaches
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