SHANGHAI: It might be the site of an unused power plant now, complete with a 165-m-high smokestack that once darkened the skyline with black fumes, but come 2010, the area will sport a futuristic riverside pavilion and become a must-see attraction for visitors to Shanghai.
The Shanghai-Hangzhou high-speed magnetic levitation railway may list shares as well as seek private and foreign investment to raise funds for its construction, the Shanghai Securities News reported Friday, citing a government official.
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