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POPULATION GROWTH AND THE PRINCIPAL
of Change in Urbanization from 1953 to 1958
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An-shan Anhwei Appendix areas carriers cent Central China Ch'eng-tu Chan-chiang Chekiang Chinese Chungking coal coastal provinces Communist China density distribution East China economic centers economic development estimates figures Five-Year Plan Foochow freight traffic Fukien gross value-added Group growth heavy industry Heilungkiang highways Honan Hopeh Hopeh E-1 Hunan Hupeh increase industrial capacity industrial centers inland provinces inland waterways Inner Mongolia Kansu Kiangsu kilometers Kirin Kuei-yang Kwangtung Kweichow Lan-chou less developed regions Liaoning light industry Lo-yang locational policy Manchuria medium cities million yuan Nan-ning Nanking Ning-po Ningsia North China Northeast Northwest Number of Cities number of industrial operation Pao-t'ou passenger traffic Peking population port pre-Communist production Province City rail railway construction railway freight railway radial counts Rank A cities relative route length Shanghai Shansi Shantung Sinkiang Source South Southwest China Soviet aid Szechwan Table Tientsin ton-kilometers ton-km transport plant Trunk Lines Tsinghai Tsingtao Urumchi Wu-han Wu-hu Yin-ch'uan Yuan-li Wu Yunnan