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January 14, 2013

China Approves New $11.2 Billion Beijing Airport

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China ‘approves’ new $11.2 bn Beijing airport (via AFP)

Chinese leaders have given final approval for a long-awaited new $11.2 billion international airport in Beijing to ease crushing congestion at the existing facility, state media said on Monday. The state-run China Daily newspaper reported the decision, made Sunday, citing a spokesman for the country…




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