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Private Participation in Infrastructure in China: Issues and Recommendations for the Road, Water, and Power Sectors - , Yue Maggie Zhou


Since the late 1970s China has made extensive policy reforms and infrastructure investments. Although there have been significant investments made over the past decades, most of these investments came



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Private Participation in Infrastructure in China: Issues and Recommendations for the Road, Water, and Power Sectors - , Yue Maggie Zhou


Since the late 1970s China has made extensive policy reforms and infrastructure investments. Although there have been significant investments made over the past decades, most of these investments came