May 2005
Automotive Logistics;May/Jun2005, p10
Reports that the development of the infrastructure to support the automotive industry is accelerating in Shanghai, China as of May 2005. Estimated amount the Chinese government plans to invest on Yangshan Port; Logistics site included in the investment.


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