Going up?

“These situations create the need to actually get the workforce back and therefore the infrastructure spend will rise. All the indications are that China is going ahead at full speed”


Alister Dormer, head of Hitachi’s rail and mobility businesses, tells the Financial Times that the Japanese conglomerate’s elevator factory in China has resumed production. Hitachi anticipates a wave of infrastructure spending in China as Beijing stimulates the economy after the coronavirus outbreak.

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