Do any of the developing space programs (i.e. not NASA, ESA or Roscosmos) use horizontal launcher assembly in the launcher integration building and launchpad loading like the Soyuz at the Baikonur Cosmodrome does and it will also be done with future Guiana Space Centre launches of the Soyuz rocket family?
Soyuz rocket assembly: the first and second stages are in the background, already joined together; the third stage is in the lower
left corner of the image. The Soyuz spacecraft, covered by its launch shroud, is in the lower right corner. (Source: Wikipedia)
Soyuz TMA-16 launch vehicle being transported to launchpad at Baikonur. (Source: Wikipedia)
A Russian Soyuz TMA-02M rocket is mounted at a launch pad in a Russian leased Kazakh Baikonur cosmodrome on June 5, 2011.
(Source: The Epoch Times, Copyright: Vyacheslav Oseledko/AFP/Getty Images)
Do, for example, Chinese or perhaps Japan's JAXA use horizontal launcher assembly and launchpad loading? If they do, please add for which rocket families they use such assembly, where are they assembled and how are they transported and lifted to the launchpad.