When the first baby carriage rolled off the assembly line in China’s southern city of Shenzhen in the 1960s, it was hailed as a breakthrough in the technology of transportation.

Today, the baby carriage is ubiquitous in China, serving as the vehicle for the country’s vast network of public transportation.

While it’s certainly a milestone, its legacy is more complex.

It’s also one of the fastest-growing industries in the world, and has been driven by rapid technological advances in the last decade.

As China’s economic boom has continued, it has seen the growth of a baby boom of more than 1.3 million people.

The baby boom has spurred a massive surge in the number of carriages built and used in China.

The number of cars built has more than doubled over the past decade, reaching more than 5 million last year.

The growth of the baby carriages in China has led to a surge in urban demand for transportation, and the government is increasingly investing in the infrastructure to accommodate this demand.

The baby carriage boom has led the government to invest heavily in the development of infrastructure.

The government has allocated millions of yuan ($11.6 million) for the construction of public transport projects, and it is also planning to spend hundreds of millions of dollars more on new infrastructure, including electric vehicles.

The country’s central government has invested in a variety of ways to cater to the demand for high-speed trains, which have become a common form of public transit in China and have made a major impact on the countrys economy.

According to the latest statistics, China has a population of nearly 1.2 billion people.

While its population has grown by almost 50 percent over the last 25 years, it is the population of the city of Beijing that has seen an exponential growth.

In 2012, the population in Beijing grew by more than 400,000, but this has seen a drastic increase in the population growth rate of the capital, with a staggering 4.7 million new residents arriving in the city between 2007 and 2012 alone.

Over the past five years, Beijing has increased the population by about 100,000 people a year.

While this is an increase of nearly 10 percent over just the past 10 years, the number is only expected to increase by a further 20 percent over this period.

According the Beijing Times, the government hopes to continue this trend by building new housing and offices for the growing population of people who move to Beijing to work and live in the capital.

Despite the growing demand for public transport, there are still a number of major hurdles in the way of new projects in China aimed at accommodating the burgeoning baby carriage industry.

One of the biggest challenges in China is the lack of a comprehensive transport plan that is in place for the population to plan their daily commute.

The new baby carriage infrastructure that is being constructed is only intended to accommodate around 300,000 vehicles a day.

This means that even if the population grows by 5 million people over the next 10 years and the city expands to accommodate the new population, the city will still need around 500,000 carriages to serve the population.

Despite this, some cities are planning to build more than 100,00 new cars each year to accommodate an increase in traffic.

This would mean that Beijing will have more than 2 million cars per day in 2026, a number that is expected to double to 3.4 million vehicles per day by 2039.

The government is also looking to make a number for itself in the future, and is also attempting to develop the infrastructure for electric cars, which are seen as a major advancement in public transport.

While China’s public transportation infrastructure has grown rapidly over the years, these new electric cars are still in the experimental stage.

According a report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), a business research firm, Beijing is planning to add 5,000 electric cars a day to its public transport network by 2031.

This plan is expected the number will grow to 10,000 per day.

In the next few years, China is expected see a dramatic increase in population, with the government aiming to double the size of its population by 2047.

This is the year that Beijing aims to become the country with the most cars per capita.

With a population that has grown more than 10 times faster than its transportation infrastructure, China’s transportation infrastructure is likely to continue to grow, and with the new baby carriage infrastructure being built, China will continue to see an exponential increase in its transportation system.

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