You can get food delivered on China's bullet trains

Train passengers in China have long complained about the expensive and often not so tasty meals on the trains, a result of monopoly in selling food and drinks by railway firms. The latest round of reforms has opened the market to other companies in a bid to provide a wider selection of hungry passengers and boost the local economy. For delivery firms, it's literally a race against the world's fastest trains, which now move at a speed of 350 km/h.

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(Source: CGTN,
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