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They described the project as a “priority” and called for the formal agreement to build the railway to be “signed soon”.Starting from Kunming in Southwest China’s Yunnan Province, the railway will travel south through neighbouring Laos and then into Thailand.“The government hasn’t spoken to us about compensation,” he said.
They told their local Laotian guides that they were planning to build a hotel in the area once construction of the controversial high speed train line is started (ANDREW CHANT FOR THE TELEGRAPH) “Of course Lao people are worried about the impact of the railway and the number of Chinese coming here, but the reality is that we can’t stop the Chinese.
“You won’t find a single Chinese person in Oudomxai who doesn’t want the railway to happen.
It will bring more Chinese people and more business for us,” said Ah Hai, a 27-year-old from Guangzhou in southern China, who moved to Oudomxai two months ago to run a shop front gambling operation catering to Chinese punters.
Now, the line is set to become a reality, one that will draw the region even closer in to China’s economic embrace.
Last year, the secretive leaders of Laos, a one-party communist state run by the Lao People’s Revolutionary Party, met with China’s premier Li Keqiang.
Operated by Thailand, it runs across the Thai-Laos frontier close to Vientiane. Laos, though, does have minerals such as potash and resources like rubber that China craves.