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Japanese rail company eyes exports to cover maglev costs

JR Tokai's maglev train set a world speed record on April 21, traveling at 603kph on an experimental track in Yamanashi Prefecture.

TOKYO -- When Central Japan Railway's magnetically levitated train set a world speed record on Tuesday by zipping along an experimental track at 603kph, the project's chief promoter was in Dallas, Texas.

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