Groaning on the 'Industrial Migration' Trail
(Chongqing) – In a drizzling rain, a train carrying a container filled with computers idled on the tracks. After a long wait, the go signal came and the train rolled toward the Yantian seaport in Shenzhen, inaugurating the new Chongqing Rail-Sea Joint Transport Passage.
Inside the container was the first load of goods assembled at a recently opened manufacturing facility operated by Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contractor, and bound for Europe.
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