108 Giant Chinese Infrastructure Projects That Are Reshaping The World

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BUSINESS INSIDE, by Vivian Giang and Robert Johnson

As hundreds of million of Chinese move to cities and enter the middle class, China faces a huge demand for new infrastructure.

At the same time, Beijing looks to fixed-asset investments to keep the economy booming.

The resultant infrastructure push is incredible. A list of 108 super projects is floating around Chinese message boards. From highways spanning the continent, to the largest wind power base in the world, to a modern Silk Road that links Europe and India, to new cities in the desert, China is showing what it really means to do big things.

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