June 18, 2014

China's Megacities Problem Not About Overpopulation

Lu Ming, Worldcrunch

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The evolution of megacities is a common worry in various countries: Beijing and Shanghai in China, Seoul in South Korea and Mumbai in India all are concerned about how to manage skyrocketing urban populations. But while other countries typically regard population expansion as the result of economic development, and base their future policy-making accordingly, China has its own particular approach.

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