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The China-Europe freight trains named "Chang'an" in northwest China's Shaanxi Province have seen steady operations over the past two months despite the coronavirus epidemic. As of February 23, a total of 311 train trips have been made this year, 1.9 times the number in the same period last year. Among these trains, 95 were bound for Central Asian countries and 84 were bound for Europe, while 35 and 97 returned from the two directions respectively, according to the Shaanxi provincial government. These train trips have transported a total of 146,000 tons of goods, 1.8 times as much as the same period last year. The normal operations of the freight trains have benefited foreign trade compani... Full story

26 February