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Beijing seeks Western input


Beijing authorities are looking to Western firms to help deliver a $6bn (£3.3bn) expansion of the city's subway.Four new lines are to be built, one linking to the 2008 Olympic site.The total length of new track will be 100km and there will be 87 stations.The Chinese government will pay for 70% of the scheme, with the remainder coming from the private sector.

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