China will build the transcontinental railway that will connect Brazil and Peru, Atlantic and Pacific with a length of about 4,700 kilometers that will provide access also to large production areas of raw materials and food.

Early studies of the line, among them the feasibility and financial, have already been initiated and it is anticipated that its findings can be ready in a year, in May 2016.

This project is part of a package of 35 bilateral agreements signed by China and Brazil including a commitment to invest in the South American country of about 53,000 million dollars, about 47.5 million euros.

Among the agreements, focusing especially in the field of infrastructure, there are also collaborative projects in the field of hydroelectric production and high voltage power lines in different regions.  

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