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This Chinese-backed high-speed railway is intended to link the capitals of Hungary and Serbia and has been celebrated as a flagship project under China's "16+1" format and Belt and Road initiative.
The Hungarian and Serbian sides combined, the total project is expected to cost 3.2 billion euros ($3.80 billion) and is slated to become the main transport route for Chinese goods that arrive by sea at the Greek port of Piraeus to other parts of Europe, according to Reuters.
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