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The Economic Integration of the Yangtze River Promotes the Layout of Zhejiang

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DOI: 10.23977/jfer.2021.010219 | Downloads: 2 | Views: 33

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Ziguang Cao 1

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1 University of Nottingham, Ningbo, China

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Ziguang Cao

ABSTRACT

The development of modern transportation infrastructure, the leading role of trade, the agglomeration of factors and the formation of regional division of labor have resulted in the formation of a wide-ranging economic zone in the lower reaches of the Yangtze River. It is not enough to generalize the economic area that spans the south of the Yangtze River and the north of the Yangtze River and even a larger area with Hangzhou as the center and railway as the axis. The four groups of relationships: agglomeration and diffusion in economic mechanism, center and periphery in geographical pattern, government and market in resource allocation, and competition and cooperation in regional cooperation will exist for a long time. With the further development of transportation network and information technology.

KEYWORDS

Green city, Low-carbon city planning, Urbanization

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Ziguang Cao, The Economic Integration of the Yangtze River Promotes the Layout of Zhejiang. Journal of Frontiers in Educational Research (2021) 1: 84-87. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/jfer.2021.010219

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