The MoU will encourage lending in the
"They are interested in nuclear, high speed rail and telecommunications (http://www.apm.org.uk/taxonomy/term/484)," he said. "HS2 was one of the things they specifically mentioned. Knowing the finance is available is an important part of any project. This is an important development."
Government has previously said that the HS2 route would be funded by the taxpayer but a large investor could be allowed to come in to run the service or to build stations and ancillary connecting services.
Plans are for the first part of the 250mph line (http://www.apm.org.uk/news/queen-outlines-hs2-legislation) to
On the first day of Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's recent visit to the
One deal makes
Having the CDB invest in the
"We have signed deals worth more than
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