Malaysia had already purchased 38 bullet trains from the same company in 2010. At the time, they were the first Chinese bullet trains exported from China, the official Xinhua news agency reported Saturday.
The contract for the new order stipulates deliveries to begin in two years.
The trains will have Internet coverage and clip along at an average speed of 93 mph.
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