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There is little doubt the beneficial impact that China´s internal mass migration has produced, despite the increase in interregional and interpersonal inequality it has brought along - a temporarily rising inequality if we trust Kuznets (1955) . Sustained growth and poverty reduction, especially in poor dual-economy countries, usually requires a shift of resources from low productivity to higher productivity activities, from raw materials to manufactures, from rural to urban areas. Rodrik (2011, p. 156) has summarized that modern history of development experiences strongly:
“You become what you produce. That is the inevitable fate of nations”.
Increasingly, manufactured stuff is being produced increasingly to the West of the Eastern coastline. Chengdu and other inland towns are booming, and the officials who in the past were happy to send young people East are now desperate to keep them close to home. The most important explanation is probably that China has moved beyond the Lewis Turning Point, as rural subsistence labor has been absorbed.
A fairly immediate impact that the redirection of internal migration might have is that China´s Gini coefficient of inequality will start to drop as the regional component of inequality will start to shrink.
 Kuznets, S. (1955), “Economic Growth and Income Inequality”, American Economic Review, Vol. 45,No. 1, pp. 1-28.