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|| Middle East investors show interest in Chicago airport rail investment

Middle East investors have expressed interest in financing a high speed rail link between O’Hare International Airport, the US’s fourth largest airport, and downtown Chicago - The Chicago Tribune and Arabian Business have reported.

According to Arabian Business, Richard Daley, the mayor of Chicago has revealed that strong interest had already been shown by a number of potential international investors, including some from the Middle East. Until 2005, O’Hare International Airport was the busiest airport in the world and last year 64,397,782 passengers moved through its terminals. It is currently the fourth busiest airport in the US, after John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York City, Los Angeles International Airport and Miami International Airport.

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