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CHINA-ECONOMY/STIMULUS
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November 05, 2010
Migrant workers wait for potential employers at an unofficial job market on a small street in central...
Beijing, China
To match Analysis CHINA-ECONOMY/STIMULUS
Migrant workers wait for potential employers at an unofficial job market on a small street in central Beijing November 5, 2010. Every night after Beijing has gone to sleep, a swarm of steamrollers, excavators and dump trucks takes over the city and embarks on a construction frenzy that lasts until dawn when office workers reclaim the streets. Flattening ground for new roads, building bridges and digging subway tunnels, they are the moonlit manifestation of an investment surge that has multiplied throughout the vast country over the past two years. In doing so, they have propelled China past the global financial crisis and propped up the world economy, but have also left a murky trail of bad bank loans and wasteful investment in their wake. To match Analysis CHINA-ECONOMY/STIMULUS (REUTERS/David Gray (CHINA - Tags: EMPLOYMENT BUSINESS)
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