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Yingluck tells SRT to speed up Red Line

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Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra has told the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) to speed up and finalise the review of two bidders for the Red Line electric railway contract. 

Soithip Trisuddhi, transport deputy permanent secretary, said the premier's concerns involve the delay in the signing of the third contract of the Bang Sue-Rangsit section, which is part of the Red Line project.

The third contract involves electricity and signalling system work of the Bang Sue-Rangsit section and the procurement of trains for the entire project worth 28.9 billion baht.

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