Although huge, Chinese Railways are a bottleneck for economic growth in China. The state-owned enterprise returns a small profit but is severely capacity constrained and burdened with inefficiency. Based on interviews with Chinese experts, benchmarking with railways in the US, Germany, Russia, and Japan as well as broad coverage of Chinese-language sources, the book makes detailed recommendations on how to design a comprehensive turnaround program for Chinese Railways.reserved-seat car service. In its second year of operations, this enhanced service already saw 50 per cent more passengers than its predecessor, a limited express service. The new service won JR East substantial market share againstanbsp;...
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