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Asia's infrastructure challenge set to cost $6.5 trillion

These pillars serve as a daily reminder of Jakarta's abandoned monorail project. (Photo by Yumi Kotani)

JAKARTA --  Roads, railways, power plants -- Asia needs more of them. A lot more. Countries with large populations and rising income levels are setting ambitious infrastructure development goals, eager to tap into new funding sources like the China-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. Companies are on the hunt for lucrative contracts.

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