Central East African Railways

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Central East African Railways is a consortium formed in 1999, led by the Railroad Development Corporation, which won the right to operate the Malawi Railways network. The company was sold in September 2008 to INSITEC, an investment group based in Mozambique.[1]

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An extension from Nkaya through Malawi. The 136 km line would run from Cambulatsissi for coal traffic is proposed.[2]

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