Rail Transport in Zambia
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The TAZARA Railway (also called the Uhuru Railway, from the Swahili word for Freedom, and the Tanzam Railway) was built between 1970 and 1975 by the Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (abbreviated to 'TAZARA') to serve landlocked Zambia as an alternative to rail lines via Rhodesia (now Zimbabwe), South Africa, and Mozambique. The railroad was a turnkey project financed and executed by the People's Republic of China. Total costs were about US $500 million, making it the largest foreign-aid project ever undertaken by China.
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