Building bridges: China's grand plans fuel King & Wood Mallesons' global growth
The Chinese Government's ambitious economic plans are fuelling KWM's aims in the region
Sometime later this month, China will open the world’s longest sea bridge, giving it the ability to finally start reaping the benefits of one of its massive economic initiatives – a bridge that creates a trade link by physically connecting the three vibrant cities of Hong Kong, Macau, and Zhuhai in southern China.
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