NUR-SULTAN/ALMATY, Kazakhstan -- Rows of bare concrete pillars stretch for kilometers along the main road of the Kazakh capital. The columns are meant to support a commuter rail line, designed to modernize the city's public transportation and ease chronic congestion. But on a recent weekday, there were no signs of workers or equipment.
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