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China’s top 10 infrastructure projects for 2020 and beyond will help boost its slowing economy

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]As advocated by renowned economists, including former central bank adviser including Yu Yongding, China accelerated its review and approval process for infrastructure projects in December, although last year’s total still dropped by two thirds from 2018.In 2019, China approved 26 infrastructure projects with a total expected investment of 981.7 billion yuan (US2 billion), a drop of 66.33 per cent from the 1.48 trillion yuan approved investment for the 27 infrastructure projects in 2018,…

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As advocated by renowned economists, including former central bank adviser including Yu Yongding, China accelerated its review and approval process for infrastructure projects in December, although last year’s total still dropped by two thirds from 2018.In 2019, China approved 26 infrastructure projects with a total expected investment of 981.7 billion yuan (US$142 billion), a drop of 66.33 per cent from the 1.48 trillion yuan approved investment for the 27 infrastructure projects in 2018,…

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