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Jonathan Chatwin is a writer, journalist and author of books including " Long Peace Street: A Walk in Modern China .". By 2035, China's government expects over 70% of the country's population -- around a billion people -- to be living in cities. Both Shanghai and Beijing have announced population limits and are implementing policies to reduce the number of new arrivals. These restrictions look likely to be replicated in many of China's more populous cities. But the rate of urbanization shows no sign of slowing. So, while existing smaller cities can absorb some of the millions who relocate, China is, with increasing haste, looking to develop entirely new urban areas in order to provide home... Full story

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