|Predecessor||Ministry of Railways|
|Lu Dongfu (General manager)|
|Revenue||CN¥916.258 billion[nb 1] (2015)|
|CN¥53.456 billion[nb 2] (2015)|
|CN¥(32.355 billion) (2015)|
|Total assets||CN¥6.245870 trillion (2015)|
|Total equity||CN¥2.150725 trillion (2015)|
|Owner||Ministry of Finance of China|
Number of employees
|2 million approx. (2013)|
|Footnotes / references
|China Railway Corporation|
|Literal meaning||China Railway General Company|
China Railway or CR, full name China Railway Corporation is the national railway operator of the People's Republic of China, under the regulation of the Ministry of Transport and the National Railway Administration. It used to be part of the now defunct Ministry of Railways.
China Railway operates passenger and freight transport via several smaller companies. China Railway previously had its own police force, Prosecutors Office and court system,  However, the police department of the railway still under the control of the company, although the status of the police is civil service of Ministry of Public Security, they are still paid and managed by the company. Some critics say the company turns these police into its own security guard and violates the law.
Bureaus and companies
There are 16 bureau and 5 companies under China Railway. As of 2008, approximately 2 million people work in China Railway.
|Business||Bureau or Company||Provinces of operation||Regions of operation|
|Passenger||Harbin Railway Bureau||Northeastern Inner Mongolia(Hulunbuir and part of Xingan League), Heilongjiang||Northeast China|
|Shenyang Railway Bureau||Liaoning, Jilin, Southeastern Inner Mongolia(Chifeng, Tongliao and part of Xingan League),
southern Heilongjiang, northeastern Hebei
|Beijing Railway Bureau||Beijing, Hebei, Tianjin, western Shandong,
northern Henan, eastern Shanxi
|Hohhot Railway Bureau||Inner Mongolia|
|Taiyuan Railway Bureau||Shanxi|
|Jinan Railway Bureau||Shandong|
|Shanghai Railway Bureau||Shanghai, Jiangsu, Anhui, Zhejiang||East China|
|Nanchang Railway Bureau||Jiangxi, Fujian, parts of Hubei and Hunan||Southeast China|
|Guangzhou Railway Group Corp.||Guangdong, Hunan, Hainan||South China|
|Nanning Railway Bureau||Guangxi, western Guangdong|
|Wuhan Railway Bureau||Hubei, southern Henan||Central China|
|Zhengzhou Railway Bureau||Henan, Shanxi|
|Chengdu Railway Bureau||Sichuan, Chongqing, Guizhou, parts of Yunnan and Hubei||Southwest China|
|Kunming Railway Bureau||Yunnan, parts of Sichuan and Guizhou|
|Qinghai-Tibet Railway Group Co., Ltd.||Tibet|
|Lanzhou Railway Bureau||Gansu, Ningxia, parts of Inner Mongolia|
|Ürümqi Railway Bureau||Xinjiang, parts of Gansu|
|Xi'an Railway Bureau||Shaanxi,northeast Sichuan|
|Freight||China Railway Special Cargo Service Co., Ltd.
|China Railway Express Co., Ltd.
|China Railway Container Transport Co., Ltd.
Second tier subsidiaries
Services to Europe (New Silk Route)
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As of 2017[update] China Railway ran goods services to 15 European cities, including routes to Madrid and Hamburg and the experimental East Wind service to London to test demand. The Chinese government refers to the two-week 12,000 km route, starting at Yiwu and with trains to London traversing Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Poland, Germany, Belgium and France, as the New Silk Route. Containers must be transferred several times, as different, incompatible, rail gauges are used in different regions, and the same rolling stock cannot be used throughout.
China has been investing in and helping to rebuild railways in Africa. Below is an incomplete list of rail projects.
List of general managers
- Including revenue from "Railway Construction Fund"
- EBIT, including revenue from "Railway Construction Fund" but excluding contribution to "Water Conservancy Construction Fund"
- Rail transport in China
- list of locomotives in China
- China Railway High-speed
- Beijing Suburban Railway
- Passenger rail transport in China
- High-speed rail in China
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