Building workers erect scaffolding in Wuhan, which is part of an emerging urban cluster. Photo: Reuters Building workers erect scaffolding in Wuhan, which is part of an emerging urban cluster. Photo: Reuters
Building workers erect scaffolding in Wuhan, which is part of an emerging urban cluster. Photo: Reuters
David Ji
Opinion

Opinion

Concrete Analysis by David Ji

Mainland cities achieve growth through cluster effect

Relationship between mainland's larger metropolises and smaller urban neighbours becomes closer, to their mutual economic benefit

Building workers erect scaffolding in Wuhan, which is part of an emerging urban cluster. Photo: Reuters Building workers erect scaffolding in Wuhan, which is part of an emerging urban cluster. Photo: Reuters
Building workers erect scaffolding in Wuhan, which is part of an emerging urban cluster. Photo: Reuters
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David Ji

David Ji

David Ji is Head of Research & Consultancy, Greater China at Knight Frank