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Jingjinji: China’s Megalopolis in the Making

  • Tipo :Hotel
  • Fecha :Apr 20, 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm, 2018
  • Venue :Swissotel Grand Shanghai
  • Dirección :1 Yuyuan Road, Jing’An District, Shanghai 静安区愚园路 1 号 上海
  • Member Price :200 RMB
  • Non-member Price :300 RMB
  • Contact :sophie.wang@swisscenters.org

Swiss Centre China (SCC) and Swiss Cham Shanghai are organising the event "Jing-Jin-Ji Area: China’s Megalopolis in the Making". The event will be held on Friday, April 20th, 2018 in Shanghai.

Jing-Jin-Ji - which stands for "Beijing-Tianjing-Hebei"- is a central plank of the China's economic development plan over the next century. The numbers released by the Chinese Governments are promising - 24 intercity railways, 10,000 addtional miles of rail lines, vast investment in infrastructure, connecting 130 million people. Concluded a more coordinated development and better environmental plan over a wider area. 

The further development, challenges and advantages of being located in this region will be discussed by the speakers. 

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The further development, challenges and advantages of being located in this region will be discussed by our speakers.Swiss Centers China (SCC) together with the SwissCham Shanghai are deJing-Jin-Ji – which stands for “Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei” – is a central plank of the China’s economic development plan over the next century. The numbers released by the Chinese Governments are promising – 24 intercity railways, 10,000 additional miles of rail lines, vast investment in infrastructure, connecting 130 million people. Concluded a more coordinated development and better environmental plan over a wider area.
 
 
 
The further development, challenges and advantages of being located in this region will be discussed by our speakers.Swiss Centers China (SCC) together with the SwissCham Shanghai are deJing-Jin-Ji – which stands for “Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei” – is a central plank of the China’s economic development plan over the next century. The numbers released by the Chinese Governments are promising – 24 intercity railways, 10,000 additional miles of rail lines, vast investment in infrastructure, connecting 130 million people. Concluded a more coordinated development and better environmental plan over a wider area.
 
 
 
The further development, challenges and advantages of being located in this region will be discussed by our speakers.