Trans-Asian Railway Network Agreement comes into force
www.railwaygazette.com - 11 June 2009
ASIA: A ceremony in Bangkok on June 11 marked the entry into force of the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Trans-Asian Railway Network.
Trans-Asian Railway Network enforced on June 11
The Nations, Thailand - 10 June 2009
Twenty eight countries throughout Asia will today commit to coordinate the development and operation of the international rail linkage, as the Intergovernmental Agreement on the Trans-Asian Railway Network enters into force.
UN official Sees Promising Prospect of Trans-Asian Railway Network
Xinhua, China - 12 June 2009
Chief of UN Asia-Pacific regional arm Dr. Noeleen Heyzer said Thursday the Intergovernmental Agreement on Trans-Asian Railway Network, with China being an important party, will play a significant role in boosting intra- regional trade.
Trans-Asian Railway deal effective from tomorrow
The Daily Star, Bangladesh - 10 June 2009
The intergovernmental agreement on Trans-Asian Railway network comes into force tomorrow.
Accord on trans-Asian rail network comes into force
The Hindu Time, India - 13 June 2009
NEW DELHI: India and 27 other countries have signed an agreement linking their railroad systems in Asia and Europe, according to the United Nations Information Centre.
All aboard the Trans-Asian Railway
AsiaTimes Online - 20 June 2009
BANGKOK - A train journey from Singapore to Shanghai may not be the stuff of dreams anymore. So too the prospect of travel by rail from Seoul to Samarkand, Uzbekistan.
Trans-Asian Railway connecting the entire of Asia closer to be completed
Channel News Asia - 13 June 2009
BANGKOK - The dream of connecting the entire continent of Asia by rail is one step closer to reality as an inter-governmental agreement marks a milestone in the ongoing project.