WORLD Train loaded with 'Made in Austria' goods leaves Vienna for China

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Train loaded with 'Made in Austria' goods leaves Vienna for China

Xinhua

17:07, August 21, 2020

A freight train with "Made in Austria" goods prepares to leave the Vienna South Terminal for China, in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 20, 2020. A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China. (Xinhua/Guo Chen)

A freight train with "Made in Austria" goods leaves the Vienna South Terminal for China, in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 20, 2020. A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China. (Photo by Georges Schneider/Xinhua)

A freight train with "Made in Austria" goods leaves the Vienna South Terminal for China, in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 20, 2020. A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China. (Photo by Georges Schneider/Xinhua)

A freight train with "Made in Austria" goods leaves the Vienna South Terminal for China, in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 20, 2020. A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China. (Photo by Georges Schneider/Xinhua)

Stefan Doboczky, chief executive officer (CEO) of the Lenzing Group, Leonore Gewessler, Austrian Minister for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology, and Chinese Ambassador to Austria Li Xiaosi (from L to R) attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the departure of Austria's freight train to China at the Vienna South Terminal in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 20, 2020. A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China. (Xinhua/Guo Chen)

A freight train with "Made in Austria" goods leaves the Vienna South Terminal for China, in Vienna, Austria, on Aug. 20, 2020. A train loaded with fibers and pulp used for textiles pulled out of the Vienna South Terminal heading for China on Thursday, marking the first time a train with goods exclusively "Made in Austria" going from the Alpine country to China. (Photo by Georges Schneider/Xinhua)

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