Proponents of the scheme hope that trains will be able to run in vacuum-sealed tunnels at speeds of 1,300km per hour. Photo: Guizhou New Media Centre

Remote Chinese city hopes to board the hyperloop express after signing deal with US firm to try to build 1,220km per hour rail line

Impoverished city signs deal with Californian company that claims it can use vacuum-sealed tunnels to develop superfast maglev line

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Proponents of the scheme hope that trains will be able to run in vacuum-sealed tunnels at speeds of 1,300km per hour. Photo: Guizhou New Media Centre
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