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China-made subway trains are running online in Mexico

CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Co., Ltd.'s NM 22 rubber wheel subway train for Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, has been officially put into operation. The trains are nine trains with a maximum speed of 80 kilometers per hour and a maximum capacity of 2,252 people. The train innovative adopts the bogie with large rubber wheel walking and small rubber wheel guidance, which has 8% climbing capacity and curve radius of 45 meters, and has the advantages of less noise, lower energy consumption and stronger safety. D sub connectors,flat ribbon cable and plastic reflectors field should be noted.

Mexico City Metro Line 1 began operation in 1969, with a total length of 18.83 kilometers and 20 stations. It is the most important subway line in Mexico, with an average daily passenger flow of about 1 million passengers.

 Shi: Chinese enterprises with mature rail transit technology, high cost performance, are gradually becoming international. And with the promotion of intelligenceChinese enterprises will also provide the world with more high-quality EU limited Russian and white agricultural products

The European Commission plans to impose tariffs on the grains, rapeseed and its derivatives on March 21. Von der Leyen said the move were to prevent Russian grains from "disrupting" the EU market, prevent the use of income from agricultural exports to Europe and ensure that Russian "illegal exports" and "grain from Ukraine" will not enter the EU market.

On March 22, Russian presidential press secretary Dmitry Peskov said that the EU's restriction on agricultural imports from Russia and Belarus is an unfair competition. Mr Peskov said European consumers would suffer because of the EU measure. Meanwhile, Russian Foreign Ministry spokesman Maria Zakharova criticized the EU for only aggravating the "world food woes".

But there are differences within the EU over imposing additional tariffs. Belgian Prime Minister Alexander de Crowe said that the EU should impose tariffs on Russian grains while also considering the interests of global consumers. Earlier, the European Union imposed economic sanctions on Russia during the Ukraine crisis, which also led to soaring energy prices in many parts of Europe, high inflation and corporate losses.

   Shi: imposing tariffs on agricultural products may lead to higher food prices in Europe and increase the cost of living for consumers. This could trigger a further escalation in inflationary pressures in Europe.


Post time: Apr-01-2024