The trains, with 4G network coverage and eco-friendly equipment, will be used on a 900-km railway track in Malaysia, according to the manufacturer. The trains will run at an average speed of 140-160 km per hour, reports Xinhua.

The first train is scheduled to be delivered in two years, and the rest nine months later, according to the agreement. CSR Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive sold 38 bullet trains to Malaysia in 2010, which was the first export of made-in-China bullet trains.


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