China to Jump-Start Slowing Economy with Infrastructure Investments

The September issue of Construction Headline News focuses on the recent slowdown in the world’s second-largest economy, and the concern for the potential effect on theChina to Jump-Start Slowing Economy with Infrastructure Investments already struggling global economy. Although newly released economic data on China shows the slowest growth rate in three years, China plans to pull its lulling economy back on track by pouring billions of dollars into infrastructure investments both at home and abroad. Read on in this month’s issue to uncover the extent of the Chinese infrastructure investments and their worldwide economic ramifications.

Be sure to check out other articles of interest, including the longstanding dispute between the 9/11 Museum and Memorial Foundation and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. Also of note, a South African commissioner is encouraging an investigation in the cost overruns and delays at the third- and fourth-largest coal plants in the world, and the Hyperion refinery in South Dakota is delayed again with, “no end in sight.” Also, be sure to check out the “Construction Economics” section to see how the United Arab Emirates are boosting power production to meet growing demand with renewable plants in the works.

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