Which country provided fund for the Southeast Asia’s first high-speed railway in Indonesia?

A. China
B. Japan
C. United States
D. India


Correct Answer: A. China

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The $7.3 billion project, largely funded by China, was constructed by PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia-China, known as PT KCIC, a joint venture between an Indonesian consortium of four state-owned companies and China Railway International Co. Ltd. The joint venture said the trains will be the fastest in Southeast Asia, with speeds of up to 350 kph.

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