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Beijing is China’s only shining northern city as centre of economic gravity moves south

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]All Chinese cities north of the Yangtze River, except Beijing, are in relative decline as the centre of economic gravity in the world’s second biggest economy quickly shifts southward.The capital is the only city in the north of the country included in China’s top 10 cities in terms of economic size this year, according to government data. Tianjin, one of China’s four municipalities under direct administration of the central government, lost its position in the list for the first time on record…

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All Chinese cities north of the Yangtze River, except Beijing, are in relative decline as the centre of economic gravity in the world’s second biggest economy quickly shifts southward.The capital is the only city in the north of the country included in China’s top 10 cities in terms of economic size this year, according to government data. Tianjin, one of China’s four municipalities under direct administration of the central government, lost its position in the list for the first time on record…

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