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"Last week state-owned China Railway Construction Corp. (CRCC) signed a lucrative contract with Nigeria to build an 870-mile coastal railroad from Lagos to Calabar, two of the West African nation’s leading cities. The price tag: $12 billion. That makes it the largest single overseas engineering contract awarded to any Chinese company"

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"China boosted its Treasury debt holdings by $10.7 billion in October to $1.3045 trillion, according to the latest monthly capital flows data released by the Treasury Department on Monday. Foreign investors overall added $24.4 billion in Treasury debt holdings in October"

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With Tesla’s (NASDAQ:TSLA) all-electric cars due to hit China’s roads in February 2014, the US automaker has today launched a special homepage for the China market.

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"Unlike established Western funds, China’s private-equity industry only started mushrooming in the early 2000s. Now that some Chinese funds have built up successful track records"

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"The number of Chinese people boasting personal wealth of at least 10 million yuan ($1.6 million) hit 1.05 million in 2012, up 3% over the previous year, according to the report. The number of “super-rich” Chinese – those will wealth of at least 100 million yuan – increased 2% to 64,500 in 2012"

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"The scale and speed of China’s development—it consumes 40-45% of the world’s coal, copper, steel, nickel, aluminium and zinc—means it is doing so fast. Since 1990 the amount of CO2 pouring from Chinese smokestacks has risen from 2 billion tonnes a year to 9 billion—almost 30% of the global total."

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In Beijing, a few upscale spots like Starbucks and Häagen-Dazs already support mobile payment, but as China Mobile’s system proliferates — assuming it catches on with users, which it might not — expect that number to jump up quite a bit. Has the era of waving your phone at everything dawned in China? 
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