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Journal of Zhejiang University SCIENCE A 2000 Vol.1 No.3 P.356-360

http://doi.org/10.1631/jzus.2000.0356


THE CONURBATION STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE IN THE CHANGJIANG RIVER DELTA AND THE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY STUDY OF HANGZHOU AS AN INTERNATIONAL TOURIST CITY


Author(s):  ZHOU Ling-qiang, WU Jian-hong

Affiliation(s):  College of Tourism, Zhejiang University , Hangzhou 310028, China

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Key Words:  Changjiang River Delta (CRD), international city, development strategy


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ZHOU Ling-qiang, WU Jian-hong. THE CONURBATION STRATEGIC OBJECTIVE IN THE CHANGJIANG RIVER DELTA AND THE DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY STUDY OF HANGZHOU AS AN INTERNATIONAL TOURIST CITY[J]. Journal of Zhejiang University Science A, 2000, 1(3): 356-360.

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Abstract: 
Since the 1950s, modern international cities have sprung up around the world and have become centers of world political and economic affairs. In the 1990s, major objectives of establishing international cities were put forward by more than forty central cities such as Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou. The main theme of the 21st century development of central cities in China will be urban modernization, internationalization, and topicalization. This study was conducted with the intention of researching the regional development strategy for the changjiang River Delta (CRD) conurbation, with focus on the strategic development and positioning of Hangzhou, the central city of Zhejiang Province. Results from international urban studies in China and abroad were incorporated into this article from the theoretical viewpoints of urban science, regional economics and tourism economics. The findings of this study could provide some important implications for future research and practice.

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[3]Zhou Ling Qiang 1999. A Study on Measurement Criteria of International Tourist Cities. Journal of Hangzhou University (Natural Science). 26 (1):(in Chinese, with English abstract) 86-96.

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