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Regional Spotlight on Tianjin – “A diversified economic hub in northern China” 11/18/2011

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The federal municipality of Tianjin, China is located an hour and a half outside of Beijing, on the coast of the Bohai Bay. Its prime location has attracted many of the world’s top enterprises including Motorola, Toyota, Samsung, Nestle, and LG.

As the fourth largest port in mainland China, Tianjin is a regional hub for shipping and logistics industries, both of which are supported by its close proximity to the national capital, Beijing. Leading industries in Tianjin include mobile phone, aerospace, alternative energy, and automotive production.

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China Builds World’s Longest Sea Bridge 6/30/2011

China Opens Jiaozhou Bay BridgeOn Thursday, June 30th, China announced the opening of the world’s longest cross-sea Bridge. The Jiaozhou Bay Bridge connects China’s Eastern port city of Qingdao with the island of Huangdao and is a mere 26 miles long. Bridges of this size don’t come cheap… even in China. The 110 foot-wide bridge required more than 5,000 support pillars and cost upwards of USD $1.5 billion.

The Jiaozhou Bay Bridge took more than four years to build but is anticipated to cut travel time between the two cities in half. Approximately 30,000 cars will drive over this bridge each day.

Maybe they will even hold marathons across it one day… talk about a nice view.

Photo Courtesy of Associated Press

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