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China’s urbanisation has fuelled economic growth, but without redirection it will come at a cost

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Urbanisation, the process by which people leave rural areas for cities, has powered China’s economic development in recent decades and altered the country’s natural and social landscapes as new towns mushroomed across the country.But if not done correctly, it also risks becoming a massive waste of resources. The attitude of many local authorities that “if we build a new town, people will come” looks increasingly wishful in the face of rising debt, slowing economic growth and an ageing…

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Urbanisation, the process by which people leave rural areas for cities, has powered China’s economic development in recent decades and altered the country’s natural and social landscapes as new towns mushroomed across the country.But if not done correctly, it also risks becoming a massive waste of resources. The attitude of many local authorities that “if we build a new town, people will come” looks increasingly wishful in the face of rising debt, slowing economic growth and an ageing…
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