I agree. They can't afford to build out (suburban developments) so I don't see anything wrong with this skyscraper boom in the homeland. Besides, residential towers are the most sustainable developments as far as residential things are concerned.I didn't watch this yet but with China's population of 1.4 billion people I think they could use all the skyscrapers they can afford to build.
I think that Ther are superabundant.
China overtook U.S.A. with a CO2 discharge. But the problem is not only it. The GDP of the
Chinese ppp standard (I do not believe PPP.) is already
11 trillion dollar.
U.S.A. is 12 trillion dollar.
Oh, China overtakes U.S.A. in 3 years.
If a Chinese farmer emigrates to the city, I cannot keep the forest in good condition.
And desertification and the damage of the yellow sand turn worse more.
how the hell you post this same content in a million thread?