As larger proportions of China’s population move from the countryside to become urban citizens, they’re choosing to call the nation’s lower-tier cities home. Subsequently, the country’s less well-known cities are seen as new potential growth engines. This growth makes it imperative to increase government spending to invest in the infrastructure required to accommodate additional people and the spaces, services, and amenities required to support them.
Learn more about how we view the growth of China’s second- and third-tier cities.
There’s just tremendous opportunities – so much potential in the second- and third-tier cities.