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Yangtze River rainstorms may raise steel prices [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2016-7-8 09:11:56 |Display all floors
Workers of Magang (Group) Holding Co Ltd clear a cave-in of raw materials, caused by continuous rainstorms, in Ma'anshan, Anhui province. [Photo/China Daily]
The continuous rainstorms along the Yangtze River are likely push up steel prices in the short term but won't have much effect on the prices in the long run, one analyst said on Thursday as steel producers reported improving conditions at pla ...

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Post time 2016-7-8 09:11:57 |Display all floors
China's urban development should be to towards utilizing airspace with more skyscrapers and elevated surface transportation systems. Recent flooding has proven that underground and ground based infrastructures can be subjected to much problems. Also, underground infrastructures are expensive and time consuming to build in the first place plus they are not flexible for further expansions.

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Post time 2016-7-9 06:58:54 |Display all floors
Without underground transportation system, the air people breath will be more polluted
The traffic congestion will be more worst, Zero benefit for economic development.
Building underground transport infrastructure is a must,is also a part of comprehensive infrastructure projects

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