China wants to make the world's fastest bullet trains even faster

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Already the world’s fastest, China’s bullet trains are set to roll even faster if the Asian country has its way.   China Railway Corporation is studying measures to further increase the pace of its high-speed trains, according to Qi Yanhui, a deputy head at the technology and information department of the state-owned operator. A new generation of locomotives that debuted last year reached about 350 kilometers (217 miles) an hour, making them the world's swiftest trains serving long-distance routes.   China, with the world’s biggest high-speed rail network ...