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On 14 March 2011 the National People's Congress had accepted a new national development plan for its five years. The program makes a dramatic point in China's infrastructure development. It will no more have emphasis on headline expansion; China is searching for high quality in growth. China has raised the living standards for its big population in the previous thirty decades. With attracting up the living requirements for it peoples it also wants to concentrate on matters like intensive energy and contamination. To achieve this greater quality growth, the Chinese government is looking to move its manufacturing centers up in the chain to deliver the gap between social and geographical groups and promote national consumption and, make more effective use of the nation's assets (Infastructure in China, Sustaining quality Growth). Since the year 2000 the Chinese highways and expressways have demonstrated a high influx in structure. Most of their expansion is focused on the eastern side of their country; due to its high population the Chinese have improved their structure by sixteen percent annually. It currently has the 2nd largest growth with over 75,000 kilometers of highways and expressways. Moreover, the Chinese focuses on the progression of their railroad infrastructure, because of the high demand of commute and seeking to reduce some of the amount of vehicles from the cities developing the metro system can help accommodate those demands. In 2011, between Shanghai and Beijing their metro system carried over two billions passengers, making it one of the top five subway systems in the world. Because of its access to the China Sea, China contains five significant ports which support their imports and exports trades. In the past few years tho...