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Urbanizing China

Volume 5, 2013

It's become a cliché but it's so true: China's increasingly important role in the global economy makes everyone sit up and take notice every time there is even a hint of any initiative that will impact the country's economy.  It's understandable, therefore, that the government's new round of urbanization, a vital plank in its plan for sustained economic growth, has been one of the most discussed issues since last year's change in administration. In our Cover Story, we look at what it all means for the migrants, the cities they will move to, the countryside they will leave behind, for China's overall growth and development, and for the rest of the world.

Read on for more in these stories:

• The Road to an Urban China

• Mayor Huang Qifan: Reforms will Benefit Urbanization

• Huang Nubo: Pros and Cons of China's Urbanization

• Urbanization & the China Dream

• Cities Burgeoning with Reform

• Global Impact of China's New Urbanization