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The hukou system of household registration was, and it still is, the main mechanism of control over the rural-to-urban migration and, at the same time, the main cause of the low urbanization rate in China.
Research proves that when the urbanization rate climbs by one percent, it brings benefits equivalent to that of ten trillion yuan in exports.
Construction activity in the residential market will be driven by demand side factors, such as the growth in nuclear families and the rising urbanization rate, as well as government support and state investment in affordable housing schemes.
The draft of the 2011-2020 Urbanization Plan issued by the Vietnamese government shows the national urbanization rate to reach 68% by 2015, pointing to a new market for LED lighting makers.
To test formally whether transition countries systematically differ in terms of urbanization from other countries, I estimate a linear regression model with the urbanization rate regressed on the set of variables specified in Davis and Henderson (2003):
dollars in 2015 amid an accelerated urbanization rate and the rise of people's incomes, Chen said at the opening ceremony of the first Beijing International Fair for Trade in Service.
The volume of consumer retail sales will surpass USD five trillion in 2015 amid an accelerated urbanization rate and the rise of people's incomes," Chen said at the opening ceremony of the first Beijing International Fair for Trade in Service, according to the report.
3% of the total population, rising from 26% in 1990, and the urbanization rate is expected to increase by 1 percent point every year for the next 20 years.
Table 1 Summary of the Variables Category Variable Income Variable Per Capita GDP Quantity Variable (used as Literacy Rate instruments for GDP) Population Growth Infant Mortality Life Expectancy At Birth Price Variable On Deposits Real Interest Rate On Deposit Demographic Variable Urbanization Rate Uncertainty Inflation Rate Dollarization Rate
On the one hand, higher urbanization rate leads to economies of scale that reduces average cost of production.
BEIJING: Measured by the percentage of people living in its cities, China's urbanization rate currently stands at about 48 percent, according to official statistics.