China consistently pushes the boundaries of what was once thought impossible. In order to accommodate incredible economic growth along with the world’s biggest population, China’s Infrastructure has had hundreds of billions of dollars put into massive infrastructure projects that seem like something out of a science fiction novel. While these monuments of modern engineering are impressive in their own right, many fear that this expansion is simply occurring too fast to be sustainable. After all, China does owe quite a bit of money to many different sources.
Despite the negatives, these massive projects drive growth on a scale that is not seen anywhere else in the world. Tourism and domestic and international business are areas that are greatly aided by the massive infrastructure spending spree. The airports in China are very advanced, Beijing airport is the sixth-largest building in the world, and this greatly aids in the efficiency of getting people where they need to go. Opened only five years ago the Kunming Changshui International Airport is the second largest airport in China and allows the migration of people along with trade and commerce into bigger cities. China’s rail systems are also incredibly innovative, with high speed trains that are capable of going incredibly long distances through harsh conditions. These trains make domestic tourism and business very easy, for example the high speed train that connects Beijing and Shanghai allows for a journey that is only four hours. China has also made huge advancements in the energy sector, as well as space travel.
Due to China’s already enormous population that is still growing exponentially, these projects already see frequent use and will likely continue to be utilized by a massive number of people that are building the economy of China. If you want to fully utilize China’s infrastructure, be sure to check out our services page.