The terminal, in the most populous city in northern China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, opened at the end of 2014 and has the capacity to handle 4 million passengers a year. Photos: Orange Wang

With China’s economy set to slow, what hope is there for struggling cities?

  • Overspending on infrastructure in places like Baotao underscores limits of Beijing’s traditional stimulus policies
  • Rising debt levels and falling revenue leave local governments with few options to offset slower growth
Topic |   China economy

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The terminal, in the most populous city in northern China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, opened at the end of 2014 and has the capacity to handle 4 million passengers a year. Photos: Orange Wang
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