China’s Urban Boom — (Part 15) Building A Century in Fifteen Years — The End

CITIES & THE WEALTH OF NATIONS

Part 14, cities: Zhengzhou & Various

Zhengzhou, China — With a population of 8 million, Zhengzhou is the largest city in North-Central China and serves as the political, economic, technological, and educational center of the province, as well as a major transportation hub for Central China. The city’s industrial growth has resulted in a large increase in the population, coming predominantly from industrial workers from the north, transforming the city into one of the largest economic centers in China. The city’s staple industry is textiles; others include tractors, locomotives, cigarettes, fertilizer, processed meats, agricultural machinery, and electrical equipment. High-tech companies formed in recent years within in new material, electronics and biotechnology arenas, especially in the high-tech industrial park in the northwest of the city.

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Various Cities, China — With plans to create additional modern and exemplary cities throughout the nation, China has many options. Following are some poised for stunning growth.

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Changsha

Fuzhou

Guangdong

Huizhou

Shantou

Suzhou

Urumqi

Wuxi



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