China

Infrastructure 

The development of infrastructure within China has consistently been a key focus for the government in the economic development initiatives encapsulated in the Five-Year Plans. Following the implementation of the RMB 4 trillion stimulus package to counter the impacts of the global financial crisis, attention has turned to sustainable development of infrastructure to support long term prosperity and growth in China’s economy. The 12th Five Year-Plan to 2015 refocuses development targets for more sustainable growth and this will continue to provide a broad range of opportunities for investors, developers and operators of infrastructure in the coming years.

Stephen Ip

Stephen Ip

Head of Government and Infrastructure

+86 (21) 2212 2888

Alison Simpson

Alison Simpson

Partner

+852 2140 2248

Simon Ho

Simon Ho

Partner

+86 (10) 8508 7021

Denise Leung

Denise Leung

Partner

+86 (20) 3813 8863

KPMG China is amongst the leaders in advising on infrastructure. With some of the largest and most experienced teams around the world, we operate in more than 80 countries supporting infrastructure contractors, operators and investors, and government organizations through the lifecycle of complex infrastructure projects and programs.

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China's 12th Five-Year Plan