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China Urban Development Quarterly Issue 1 (English)

World Bank's new partnership strategy for China focuses on economic integration, poverty and sustainable development. Message from the Country Director. Urbanization and the Eleventh Five Year Plan. National workshop on metropolitan infrastructure management. World Bank studied Chongqing Metropolitan Area infrastructure management. Metropolis. Asian Pacific City Summit, Chongqing, 12-13 October 2005. Second International Conference on Heritage Conservation and Sustainable Development. Building institutions for sustainable urban transport in China. Seminar on road traffic safety in China. International experience in intelligent transport systems. Cities in a globalizing world: governance, performance, and sustainability (abstract).

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  • Author

    Dollar, David

  • Document Date

    2006/06/01

  • Document Type

    Newsletter

  • Report Number

    37081

  • Volume No

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2010/07/01

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    China Urban Development Quarterly Issue 1

  • Keywords

    agglomeration benefits, agglomeration economies, air, air pollution, automobile, automobile industry, automotive industry, autonomy, big cities, built heritage, business growth, capital markets, car, City authorities, city management, city officials, city partnerships, city size, City transport, civic leaders, conservation of heritage, cost savings, Cultural Heritage, cultural tourism, cultural values, decision making, District Government, economic activity, economic development, economic growth, economies of scale, effective use, emissions, energy consumption, energy efficiency, environmental, environmental issues, environmental quality, exploitation, expressways, finance infrastructure, financial planning, financial services, financial stability, financing of infrastructure, fiscal decentralization, foreign exchange, fossil fuels, greenhouse gas, heritage assets, Heritage Conservation, heritage protection, heritage sites, highway, historic buildings, historic cities, historic sites, housing, income, infrastructure investment, institutional development, intelligent transport systems, intergovernmental fiscal relations, labor markets, land use, large cities, Local Government, local governments, local transport, Mayors, mega cities, metropolitan areas, metropolitan cities, migration, mobility, motor vehicle, motor vehicle pollution, municipal, municipal bond markets, municipal finance, municipal governments, municipalities, neighborhoods, Pacific Region, pedestrian, policy makers, pollution control, productivity, public services, public transport, public transport access, public transport systems, quality of life, quality of urban life, resource conservation, resource use, ring roads, Road, road capacity, Road Traffic, rural roads, sanitation, savings, seed money, service provision, sidewalks, slums, social exclusion, social security system, solid waste, solid waste disposal, solid waste management, stakeholder groups, stakeholder involvement, stakeholders, structure of governance, Sustainable Development, tax, tax rates, taxation, tourism, tourism development, tourism industry, tourism services, tourists, traffic, traffic congestion, traffic safety, transport, transport improvements, transport problems, Transport Sector, transport system, transportation, urban areas, Urban Development, urban development agenda, urban economy, Urban Environment, urban growth, urban households, urban infrastructure, urban investments, Urban issues, urban management, urban population, urban poverty, urban residents, Urban Sector, urban services, urban sprawl, urban transport, urban unemployment, Urbanization, user charges, Wastewater treatment, water pollution, water resources, Water supply, wealth, wetlands

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Dollar, David

China Urban Development Quarterly Issue 1 (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/448151468212993357/China-Urban-Development-Quarterly-Issue-1