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the condition of being urbanized

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the social process whereby cities grow and societies become more urban

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Proportion of secondary and tertiary industry, Per capita net income of farmers, average land fiscal revenue, Investment in fixed assets, urbanization rate, savings balance of urban and rural residents represent the hollowing effect of social and economic factors; arable land area per capita , land area average grain yield, land reclamation rate and per capita homestead area represent the hollowing effect of land management factors.
Rapid industrialisation and urbanization rate in China, Brazil and India, along with favorable government schemes to boost infrastructure development will support growth of housing, construction and automotive industries, thereby stimulating advanced glass market demand, according to a new research report by Global Market Insights.
"We live in a world of increasing rate of urbanization, and the urbanization rate in Oman is about 87 per cent.
Africa's urbanization rate is expected to reach 70% by 2025 as the region's middle-class population inches close to 300 million people, promising to exacerbate the current demand for residential buildings and automobile mobility solutions that are some of the largest consumers of ceramic inks.
The East Asia and Pacific is home to the world's most rapidly urbanizing region with an urbanization rate growing by an average of 3 percent yearly such that next year, half of the population or more than 1.2 billion people equivalent to a third of the global urban population will be living in the region, according to the World Bank.
As of December 2016, Vietnam had 795 cities with an urbanization rate of 35.2%, including 02 special cities such as Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City [1].
A central finding is that the economic benefits of immigration were significant and long-lasting: In 2000, average incomes were 20 percent higher in counties with median immigrant inflows relative to counties with no immigrant inflows, the proportion of people living in poverty was 3 percentage points lower, the unemployment rate was 3 percentage points lower, the urbanization rate was 31 percentage points higher, and education attainment was higher as well.
If, in the early '60s, only little over 16% of China's population was urban--twice less than the world average, which was quite low itself (33.6%) at the time--the country's urbanization rate has continually and substantially improved during the following years and, as a result, in 2011 it exceeded for the first time in history the 50% threshold, in 2013 it bettered the world average (53.2% vs.
The paper adopted the data interval 1981-2013, and the data for total population and urbanization rate were collected from the China Statistic Yearbook (1982-2013); we used 1981 as the base year, and the GDP per capita was converted to constant prices.
And the selected factors such as gross domestic product (GDP), population, urbanization rate, industrialization level, and carbon intensity are regarded as the inputs of the two forms of the model.
Kuznets believes that in the early modernization, industrialization is the first impetus to modernization, modernization of higher stage, the urbanization rate in 30%~70% stages of development, urbanization will become the driving force of modern industrialization to replace.
Despite these complexities, and the anxiety it is fuelling about the continent's prospects in the short term, the report ultimately takes an optimistic perspective, arguing that "In the years ahead, Africa will benefit from strong fundamentals, including a young and growing population, the world's fastest urbanization rate, and accelerating technological change."
Colombia's high urbanization rate, equivalent to 75 per cent of the total population, together with heavy traffic and insufficient transportation infrastructure, drives consumer preferences towards smaller grocery stores closer to their homes.
In the 1990s, South Korea's urbanization rate had reached above 70 percent, the rural population had dropped from 80 percent of the total population to less than 10 percent.