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How to build a world-class megacity

Beijing is the hub of a city cluster that could be home to 110 million people Image: REUTERS/Jason Lee

Yvonne Zhou

Partner and Managing Director, Boston Consulting Group

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Beijing is seen in a NASA satellite image taken in 2015. Beijing, home to more than 21 million residents, is in the midst of launching itself into a mega-city where 110 million will live, served by new links to the port city of Tianjin and neighbouring Hebei province.
A satellite view of Beijing in 2015 Image: REUTERS/NASA/Handout via Reuters

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