China sets library standards for booming urban communities – Xinhua

“China’s Ministry of Culture on Tuesday set building standards of public libraries to ensure that they can meet the demands of the country’s booming urban population.

Population size would be the major reference for the size of new libraries from Nov. 1, the ministry said in a circular.”

read more @ the SOURCE: Xinhua – library standards for booming urban communities.

China vows to strive for balanced rural and urban development -Xinhua

“China will take multiple measures to support rural economic and social development to realize a balanced growth between its rural and urban areas, according to a Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee decision here on Sunday……” read more @ the SOURCE: Xinhua – China vows to strive for balanced rural and urban development

New urban enclave to rise in Bajada – Sun.Star Davao

“TOP developer Ayala Land, Incorporated (ALI) and Davao City-based Antonio Floirendo Corporation (Anflocor) are agog over transforming a sprawling property on JP Laurel avenue in Bajada, Davao City into a new urban enclave………” read more @ the SOURCE: Sun.Star Davao – New urban enclave to rise in Bajada.

Changing urban areas for the better – INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos

A 38-kilometer waterfront development in Al-Khobar, Saudi Arabia, the upcoming $1 billion (P48 billion) logistics and service hub project inside Clark Freeport Zone, the planned redevelopment of Pasig River waterways and riverbanks, high-rise residential developments rising along the Jumeirah Beach in Dubai, and urban landscaping of Butuan City.

SOURCE: INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for FilipinosChanging urban areas for the better

Government to boost Chinese property market

Facing a housing market lull which could drag China’s economy further in the backdrop of a worldwide financial crisis, Beijing is probing possibilities to loosen its macro control to activate the real estate sector.

As many as 18 Chinese cities, including Shanghai,Guangzhou,Hangzhou and Xi’an, have announced detailed policies to boost their property market, which have seen at least four months of consecutive drops in housing prices.

SOURCE: Chinadaily.com – Government to boost Chinese property market.

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