In the present state, the Chinese government does appreciate the need for a more stable economy and hence has worked on those initiatives that it feels would lead to stability. Threats and challenges are mainly continuing issues from the economic recession and post transition. The Chinese economy was resilient to a larger extent to the economic recession because of some of its major infrastructure projects in the country. However, in order to sustain the success, more is needed. Construction companies have created jobs for many workers, but the country believes that improving their HSR services will result in better economic expansions. Faster trains within the country cannot only connect civil industries, but it can serve as a way to connect across the tourism industry. This would be a good chance for the different industries to work in an interconnected way. The overall economic impact is positive. Faster train services will result in a better year around growth of the tourism industry, more specifically, it would improve the industry from its current valuation rate at around 15.9 per cent to somewhere around 423.3 bn yuan (Zhang 2017). High speed railways end up opening so many new spaces for people which were considered to be too remote for tourism benefits previously.