China Infrastructure World Cup

The World Cup being held in Qatar has attracted the attention of the whole world. Although the Chinese team is not qualified to go, China's sense of participation is also full. In addition to the enthusiastic fans waiting by the screen, there is also the Chinese infrastructure that dominates the World Cup in Kataka.


From the Lusail Stadium, the main stadium of the World Cup in Qatar, to 15 super-large reservoirs, from the expansion of Hamad International Airport to the construction of the first photovoltaic power station in Qatar, Chinese infrastructure has been deeply embedded in the World Cup.


China's infrastructure has already gone abroad, and it has once again become an important starting point for boosting the economy at home.


Under the background that the real estate has entered a downward cycle, people's willingness to consume has decreased, and the economy has been deeply affected, in the first half of 2022, China once again resorted to the trump card of big infrastructure.


Since the last time in 2009, China spent 4 trillion yuan in infrastructure construction, and today, after 14 years, why did China start to engage in large-scale infrastructure construction again?


Fuqua think tank internal report "How does the big infrastructure drive all walks of life? "pointed out that for China, large infrastructure is the pinnacle of stability in the economic market. Various government meetings on economic development this year have repeatedly emphasized "moderately advanced infrastructure investment", using large infrastructure to support the economy is equivalent to "targeted water release", which is not flood irrigation, but can also create GDP.


In other words, large-scale infrastructure has almost become the fulcrum of GDP, and extends from fixed investment such as transportation to hardware support for technological and digital transformation, which in turn drives all walks of life and plays a leverage and amplification effect.


In the future, China's infrastructure will not only serve as a fulcrum for development, but will also serve as a lever to leverage a larger market space, and it will not be limited to China's mainland, but will "blossom and bear fruit" around the world as the infrastructure goes out.