Major Infrastructure Developments And Key Projects

March 2009
China Infrastructure Report;Q2 2009, p27
Industry Profile
The article offers information on the infrastructure developments and projects in China. It examines the developments in the transportation industry in the country, including the creation of a Transport Ministry, the centralization of the control of the road, water and air sectors and the plan to extend railway capacity. It also looks into the CNY400 billion stimulus plan, which was focused on the airport infrastructure sector in 2009 and 2010.


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