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TRANSPORT TAIWAN BULLETTRAIN
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December 12, 2000
Mitsui & Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Shinjiro Shimizu attends a signing ceremony of a contract...
Tokyo, Japan
MITSUI PRESIDENT AND CEO SHINJIRO SHIMIZU ATTENDS CEREMONY IN TOKYO.
Mitsui & Co. President and Chief Executive Officer Shinjiro Shimizu attends a signing ceremony of a contract between Taiwan High Speed Railway Corp and Japanese consortium to use Japan's Shinkansen bullet train technology at a Tokyo hotel December 12, 2000. Taiwan High Speed Railway Corp signed a T$95 billion (US$2.88 billion) contract with a Japanese consortium, led by Mitsui & Co, to buy machinery for a bullet train line linking Taiwan's two biggest cities between capital city of Taipei and port city of Kaohsiung.

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TRANSPORT TAIWAN BULLETTRAIN
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December 12, 2000
Taiwan High Speed Railway Corp (THSRC) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Nita Ling (2nd R) and THSRC...
Tokyo, Japan
TAIWAN HIGH SPEED TRAIN SIGNING CEREMONY WITH JAPANESE CONSORTIUM IN TOKYO.
Taiwan High Speed Railway Corp (THSRC) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Nita Ling (2nd R) and THSRC President George Liu shake hands with Taiwan Shinkansen Corporation President Kazuo Sato (R) and Taiwan Shinkansen International Engineering Corp Chairman Tadao Ishikawa at a signing ceremony at a Tokyo Hotel December 12, 2000. The THSRC signed a T$95 billion (US$2.88 billion) contract with a Japanese consortium, led by Mitsui & Co, to buy machinery for a bullet train line linking Taiwan's two biggest cities between capital city of Taipei and port city of Kaohsiung.

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BULLETTRAIN
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November 21, 1997
- UNDATED PHOTO - This montage picture shows Japan's newest and fastest bullet train, the 500-type Nozomi,...
- UNDATED PHOTO - This montage picture shows Japan's newest and fastest bullet train, the 500-type N.....
- UNDATED PHOTO - This montage picture shows Japan's newest and fastest bullet train, the 500-type Nozomi, developed by the West Japan Railway Co., which will debut later this month on a line linking Tokyo and Hakata on the southern mainland of Kyushu. The train will run at maximum speeds of 300 kilometres per hour.
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