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China's new road map

Overview

China's huge manufacturing output, which has driven GDP to double digit growth, is still hampered by an inefficient commercial transport sector, marred by poor infrastructure. Roads remain key to the movement of goods and raw materials, and the expansion of port facilities means better roads are needed to handle throughput more efficiently.

Without fast and sizeable improvements in the near term, China will find that poor infrastructure has a significant impact on the engine of...

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