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Tide of change in transport and infrastructure accelerate Pear River Delta’s economic current

Published on June 8th, 2015

New transport connections linking up three clusters of south China cities in Guangdong province will create an integrated economic region with GDP approaching that of Germany or Japan The Pearl…

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