Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Nanjing Are 'Cities of Opportunity' in China

March 2015
CFO Innovation Asia;3/20/2015, p1
The article offers information on the Chinese "Cities of Opportunity 2015" report released by PwC China and the China Development Research Foundation (CDRF), Shenzhen ranks as the top regional Chinese city, followed by Guangzhou and Nanjing. The report estimates the development status and overall strength of tier one and tier two Chinese cities.


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