In Situ Urbanization in Rural China: Case Studies from Fujian Province
In most parts of the developing world, the urbanization process has been dominated by rural-urban migration and the growth of existing cities. However, case-studies in China's Fujian Province suggest that this process can also be achieved mainly by in situ transformation in rural areas. Such in situ transformation of rural areas has been driven mainly by two forces, the development of township and village enterprises (TVEs) and the inflow of foreign investment; and facilitated by the relevant...[Show more]
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