The Chengdu-Chongqing economic circle is one of the most dynamic and rapidly growing city clusters in China. With a population of over 100 million and a combined GDP of nearly $1 trillion dollars, this region is playing an increasingly important role in China's economic development. In this episode of Global Vision, we will explore the key drivers of growth and innovation in this economic circle, identify the challenges and opportunities in its future development, and compare it to other major city clusters in China and around the world. We will also examine how the region can enhance its international competitiveness and contribute to China's broader development goals.
In this episode of Global Vision, we're joined by Dr. Ali Cheshmehzangi, Head of the Department of Architecture and Built Environment at the University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC). Dr. Ali is an internationally recognized scholar in urban sustainability research and is included in the list of the "World's Top 2% Scientists" reported by Stanford University. He has published over 180 journal papers and 13 books internationally and has also received prestigious provincial and national awards in China. Now, let's dive into the interview:
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