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August 31, 2015
A steward waits for passengers before departing to Bandung, at Gambir train station in Jakarta, Indonesia,...
Jakarta, Indonesia
Steward waits for passengers before departing to Bandung, at Gambir train station in Jakarta
A steward waits for passengers before departing to Bandung, at Gambir train station in Jakarta, Indonesia, August 31, 2015. Indonesia is leaning towards China over Japan in an aggressive bidding battle to build the Southeast Asian nation's first high-speed railway, two government sources involved in making the decision said. The two Asian giants have both sent envoys to lobby Indonesian officials over the past two weeks, each sweetening the terms of their bid for the contract worth about $5 billion. The 150-km (94-mile) rail line should to cut the journey between Jakarta and Bandung to 35 minutes, from about three hours. REUTERS/Nyimas Laula
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