Concerns as Mexico moves to begin multibillion-dollar rail system

Critics warn of the potential negative effects the project could have on indigenous communities and on kilometres of the pristine tropical jungle.

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    The Mexican government is moving closer towards the launch of a multibillion-dollar rail system.

    Critics, however, warn of the potential negative effects the project could have on indigenous communities and on kilometres of the pristine tropical jungle.

    Al Jazeera's Manuel Rapalo has the details.


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