GERMANY-CHINA-ECONOMY-TRANSPORT-RAIL : News Photo

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(L-R) Ruediger Grube, CEO of German railway company Deutsche Bahn, Ma Yi, mayor of Zhengzhou and Frank Horch, Hamburg's economy minister pose in front of the first goods train arriving from the Chinese city of Zhengzhou at the DUSS container terminal in Hamburg, northern Germany on August 2, 2013. The train loaded with 51 containers arrived after a 15-day journey across 10,214 km at the railroad cargo transfer station Billwerder,Hamburg, announced DB Schenker, the freight subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn in Berlin on Friday, August 2, 2013. AFP PHOTO / CHRISTIAN CHARISIUS GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read CHRISTIAN CHARISIUS/AFP/Getty Images)
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(L-R) Ruediger Grube, CEO of German railway company Deutsche Bahn, Ma Yi, mayor of Zhengzhou and Frank Horch, Hamburg's economy minister pose in front of the first goods train arriving from the Chinese city of Zhengzhou at the DUSS container terminal in Hamburg, northern Germany on August 2, 2013. The train loaded with 51 containers arrived after a 15-day journey across 10,214 km at the railroad cargo transfer station Billwerder,Hamburg, announced DB Schenker, the freight subsidiary of Deutsche Bahn in Berlin on Friday, August 2, 2013. AFP PHOTO / CHRISTIAN CHARISIUS GERMANY OUT (Photo credit should read CHRISTIAN CHARISIUS/AFP/Getty Images)
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