Hernandez, Kevin; Thu Nguyen
August 2011
Enterprise China;Aug2011, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports on the economic boost provided by Southeast Asian neighbors to Nanning, China, which is set to become a hotspot for foreign investment. The capital of Guangxi, to its west, is reportedly linked to the Indo-China Peninsula, and to its east, to Hong Kong, Macau, Guangdong and Hainan, with four key railways being dovetailed in it. It states that the annual China-Association of Southeast Asian Nations Expo (CAEXPO) has deepened Nanning's relations with these countries.


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