China has proposed combining Chengdu (above), the provincial capital of Sichuan, and neighbouring Chongqing municipality to form the city cluster, Cheng-Yu, in the southwest of the country. China has proposed combining Chengdu (above), the provincial capital of Sichuan, and neighbouring Chongqing municipality to form the city cluster, Cheng-Yu, in the southwest of the country.
China has proposed combining Chengdu (above), the provincial capital of Sichuan, and neighbouring Chongqing municipality to form the city cluster, Cheng-Yu, in the southwest of the country.

How China’s new ‘city cluster’ of Cheng-Yu can become fourth powerhouse to drive nation’s economic growth

  • Chengdu and Chongqing municipality megalopolis to emulate those of Yangtze River Delta, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area
  • New area, with extensive transport network, rich pool of talent and thriving hi-tech hubs, looks well placed to be ‘Silicon Valley of China’s west’

China has proposed combining Chengdu (above), the provincial capital of Sichuan, and neighbouring Chongqing municipality to form the city cluster, Cheng-Yu, in the southwest of the country. China has proposed combining Chengdu (above), the provincial capital of Sichuan, and neighbouring Chongqing municipality to form the city cluster, Cheng-Yu, in the southwest of the country.
China has proposed combining Chengdu (above), the provincial capital of Sichuan, and neighbouring Chongqing municipality to form the city cluster, Cheng-Yu, in the southwest of the country.
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