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Posted 09 August 2018 - 07:15 PM

From South China Morning Post

 

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After years of debate, Chinese scientists are close to a consensus on the design for what would be the world’s longest undersea railway tunnel, connecting the mainland to Taiwan.

 

If realised, shuttle trains could be whizzing through a 135km (84 mile) undersea section of the tunnel at up to 250km/h (155mph) by 2030.

 

The ambitious undertaking would include a multi-billion-yuan engineering and technical “warm-up” project, according to plans the scientists have sent the Chinese government, the South China Morning Post has learned.

 

Despite this technological progress, rising political tensions between the self-ruled island and Beijing, which regards it

 

However, some researchers said it was possible that Beijing would start work on the project in a unilateral, and largely symbolic move.

 

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