Australia's place in China's urbanisation

10 April 2012 | Dr Geoff Raby

In January it was announced that the Chinese population is now more urban than rural with over 50% of the population now living in cities. Just 20 years ago the figure was 18%. We have witnessed the greatest rural to urban migration of people in world history - and this has also underpinned the biggest boom in resources in world history. But many wonder whether this resources boom will continue and how Australia factors into this changing landscape.

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Dr Geoff Raby

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