Source: China State Council Information Office 2
A total of 13 major construction projects kicked off in the Luohu district on Dec. 27. To mark the launch, the Luohu district government held a ceremony at the construction site of the Zhouhezhuang Building, which was presided over by the district’s Party chief Luo Yude.
With an overall investment of 6.5 billion yuan ($931 million), the 13 projects are recognized by the government as major projects starting in the fourth quarter of the year. Among these, 10 of them relate to the building of infrastructural facilities, two are urban renovation projects, and one is on industrial development.
It is noteworthy that some of the 10 projects are directly aimed at improving the people’s livelihoods as they include the construction of kindergartens, elderly care homes and government-subsidized houses.
Liu Zhiyong, director of the Luohu government, said: “The projects will boost the economic growth and social development of the district.”
In the first three quarters of the year, a total of 28 such projects have kicked off. These projects involve a total investment of 58.1 billion yuan among which 33.2 billion yuan was invested this year, according to Liu.