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A cargo ship carrying 378 new energy passenger cars has arrived at the port of Hamad in Qatar. These are the first environment-friendly buses from Suzhou JinlongHaig Bus Company to support Qatar's green travel plan as it prepares for the 2022 World Cup.
Suzhou JinlongHaig Bus and Qatar signed a purchase project of 1,815 vehicles, with the project amount exceeding 100 million US dollars. This is China's largest export order of large and medium-sized buses to Qatar.
The much-anticipated 2022 World Cup soccer tournament kicked off early this morning (Beijing time).
In the Qatari city of Hall, the newly built Al Bayt football stadium, which resembles a traditional Bedouin tent, attracted millions of fans around the world for the opening match between hosts Qatar and Ecuador.
The crowd was busy, but well organized. From the moment fans leave the airport, lines of shuttle buses can be seen waiting, taking multiple routes to different hotels or attractions. Buses from the hotel and subway station directly to the stadium run around the clock, and fans will be able to ride for free if they bring their Hayya card. The buses, which are mainly from Jinlong Haig in Suzhou, China, are comfortable, quiet and fast. They have been praised by fans and have been praised by local people.