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China’s cities plan to smarten themselves up for the next wave of high-tech urban development

Published on April 12th, 2016

A report from corporate real estate body Corenet Global highlights the drive by 300 Chinese cities to integrate digital technology into their infrastructure, spurring smart and sustainable development The growth…

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