Questions Raised over Ministry of Railways' Debt amid Split
(Beijing) – The huge debt burden of the Ministry of Railways, which is to be split into two entities, would not be shouldered by the new commercial arm alone, a source from the ministry says.
This is because some of the debts were incurred as a result of the ministry providing public services, and it would be against the goal of restructuring to saddle the new business with liabilities of government nature, he said.
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