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Wuhu-Xuanzhou Airport Plans to Open Routes to Xi ‘an, Kunming and Other Cities

The reporter learned from Anhui Branch of China Eastern Airlines that Wuhu-Xuanzhou Airport, which is about to open to traffic, plans to  open the routes to Xi’an, Kunming, Changchun and etc.




Civil Aviation Administration of China will carry out a new summer flight schedule from March 28. Anhui Branch of China Eastern Airlines recently released the summer flight plan in Anhui in 2021, planing to open routes in 4 civil airports in Hefei,Huangshan, Anqing and Fuyang, navigable to 33 cities, a total of 37 routes after the seasons transition.




The reporter learned that WuhuXuanzhou Airport is a 4C civil transport airport jointly invested by Wuhu and Xuancheng. It is a key planning and construction project during the “13th Five-Year Plan” period of the country and the province, and has been included as an important part of the world-class airport group in the Yangtze River Delta.




It is reported that for the construction of the flying area, the main runway of the airport has been completed and six boarding bridges have been installed in place. The number of configuration is second only to Hefei Xinqiao Airport in the province.

Translated by Yuan Mengwen from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal People’s Government

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Strongest Sandstorm in Decade Affects Anhui

    From 5am Tuesday, northern cities in East China’s Anhui province started to be hit by a sand and dust storm said to be the worst one in a decade as a result of cold weather, according to the Department of Ecology and Environment of Anhui Province.

    The air quality index (AQI) in Bozhou, Huaibei and Suzhou cities soared as the concentration of PM10 per hour exceeded 1,000 microgrammes per cubic meters,  and Bengbu, Fuyang and Huainan cities were hit by moderate air pollution, as of 8am Tuesday.

    Weather experts announced the analysis of sand and dust weather this time: sands in the boundary between southern Mongolia and Midwest area in inner Mongol were raised by strong cyclone and moved towards back position with cold air at night on Sunday. The weather started to affect the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and Yangtze River Delta region from early in the morning on Monday to Tuesday.

    According to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, sands are moving to southern areas now, and under northerly air control, the weather will impact on all cities in Anhui from north to south. Major pollution dominates air quality from Tuesday to Thursday, and the situation might be worsen in northern Huai River, Yangze River and Huai River region. There will be major pollution in the south of the Yangtze River. Quality of air will recover affected by easterly wind and rainfall after Thursday.

    The department has suggested the public not go to outdoors gatherings or participate in outdoors activities. It is important to close doors and windows and place stuff outside well in such a situation. Elderly people, children and patients suffering from anaphylactic disorders are supposed to refrain from going outdoors.

    In addition, the department has advised the public to wear masks if going out and wash the face and nose when coming back.

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Zhejiang Provincial Leaders Inspected Wuhu Area of China (Anhui) Pilot Free Trade Zone

On March 11th, Zhu Congjiu, vice governor of Zhejiang Province, led a team to inspect the Wuhu Area of China (Anhui) Pilot Free Trade Zone and the city’s economic and social development, accompanied by Gao Yi, deputy secretary-general of Zhejiang Provincial Government. Liu Guang, deputy director-general of the Department of Commerce of Anhui Province and executive deputy director of Anhui Pilot Free Trade Zone Office, and vice mayor Tang Jinsong joined the inspection.



In Wuhu Comprehensive Service Center of China (Anhui) Pilot Free Trade Zone, Zhu Congjiu and his delegation visited the non-standard business acceptance window, 24/7 public service hall and other places to learn about the progress of Wuhu Area in terms of its planning and construction, institutional innovation, business environment, industrial capacity and other aspects. How many R&D personnel are there currently? How about the sales after the technology is put into production? Zhu Congjiu asked as he walked around at the Chery Automobile Test & Technology Center, and experienced Cherys high-end technological achievements with great interest. Subsequently, Zhu Congjiu and his delegation went to the Continental Automotive Wuhu Co., Ltd to inspect the front-line assembly workshop to know about the production, scientific research and market development of the enterprise.


The research group believes that Wuhu has made remarkable achievements in economic and social development by thoroughly implementing the spirit of the important speech delivered by General Secretary Xi Jinping at the seminar on the solid promotion of the integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta, focusing on the keywords of integration and high quality, and unswervingly taking the path of high quality development. The development of Wuhu Area of China (Anhui) Pilot Free Trade Zone has delivered positive results as it plays an exemplary and leading role, and is characterized by in-depth integration of scientific and technological innovation and real economy development, and strengthens, shores up, and extends the industrial chain with high standard. At the same time, Wuhu FTZ has played an essential role in bridging international and domestic markets by focusing on institutional innovation and empowerment as well as facilitating trade and investment. Following the Party leaderships decisions and plans, Zhejiang and Anhui should have a keen sense of responsibility, take the initiative, make bold breakthroughs, cooperate closely, and jointly promote the high-quality development during the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025).


 


Translated by Wang Mengxiao from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal People’s Government

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Provincial Leaders Investigate the Development of High-end Equipment Manufacturing Industry in Wuhu

On March 3rd, vice governor He Shushan, accompanied by Wang Chunming, deputy secretary-general of the Provincial Government, led the provincial special task force aiming at investment attraction and talent introduction to investigate the development of the city’s high-end equipment manufacturing industry. Municipal leaders Shan Xiangqian and He Dong participated in the investigation.


He Shushan and his party first came to Wuhu EFORT Intelligent Equipment Co., Ltd. As one of the top 100 intelligent manufacturing enterprises in China, EFORT has formed a coordinated development pattern of the entire industry chain from the core components of robots to the whole machine, and then to the high-end system integration of robots. He Shushan walked into the workshop and asked about the R&D and production of core components, the development of industrial robots and the building of a cloud platform for intelligent equipment. At the following panel discussion, He gave full recognition to the city’s efforts and effectiveness to expand and strengthen the robot industry cluster, and pointed out that there is still a long way to go for the robot industry to transform from “quantitative” development into “qualitative” development. He also said that we should strengthen crisis awareness, integrate talents, capital, market and other essential resources to enhance the core competitiveness of enterprises. It is necessary to improve the working mechanism, understand the current situation of enterprises, set clear targets, deliver favorable policies, realize the sharing of information, and strive to promote the high-quality development of the robot industry.


With annual sales of about 3 billion yuan, Zoomlion Agricultural Machinery Co., Ltd. ranks among the top three in China’s agricultural machinery industry and has expanded its business to more than 70 countries worldwide. He Shushan came to the enterprise to look into the machinery and equipment, ask about the data, listen to their demands, and learn about the core products, technical characteristics and the development of intelligent agricultural machinery industrialization projects on the spot. After knowing that the output value of the enterprise increased by 40% last year despite the overall downward trend, he encouraged the enterprise to make a good industrial development plan, continuously improve the upstream and downstream industrial chains, and seize the domestic and foreign market share so as to build an influential industrial cluster. He also asked relevant departments to step up efforts to help solve the difficulties encountered by enterprises in production and operation. He said that the key to helping enterprises to grow bigger and stronger is to accelerate the recruitment and introduction of leading talents in scientific and technological innovation in the agricultural sector.


During the investigation, He Shushan and his party also went to Wuhu Industrial Innovation Exhibition Hall to learn more about the citys pillar industries, strategic emerging industries and innovation achievements of the major R&D public service platform.


 


 


Translated by Wang Mengxiao from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal Peoples Government

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Auto Chips, Supply Chain Key to NEVs, Say Lawmakers

Automotive chips made in China should be promoted and the independence of the domestic supply chain should be enhanced to boost the development of the new energy vehicle and smart vehicle sectors, several deputies to the 13th National People’s Congress suggested during the ongoing two sessions.

Chen Hong, a deputy to the NPC and also the Party secretary and chairman of SAIC Motor Corp Ltd, China’s largest carmaker, made a suggestion on the matter.

Chen said more support for the automotive chip industry would be in order. He stressed fostering top-level design in the field.

“Such support will boost the willingness, confidence and enthusiasm of vehicle and auto part companies to use more homemade chips.”

He also said such moves can start with chips with lower technical thresholds, which would help improve the country’s capability and competitiveness gradually in this area.

For specific chips with high thresholds of technology, Chen suggested enhanced ties between the government and enterprises to promote major joint research projects. The government and enterprises can share R&D costs as well as patents, he said.

“The support policies should include not only subsidies for R&D but production line investments at all levels, and also support for first-batch enterprises that place purchase orders,” Chen said.

He also suggested that insurers should be encouraged to offer insurance for product liability to boost the use of domestic chips. That will help lower any risks in using homemade technologies for multiple parties, including vehicle and chip manufacturers.

Chen said automotive chips made in China face a few challenges. For instance, only a small number of vehicles use them as of now. Automotive regulatory certification involves long cycles. Technology used tends to have relatively low added value. And there is high dependence on upstream industries.

Data from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology showed that China’s NEV production and sales volume have top global rankings for six consecutive years to 2020.

As of the end of last year, the total number of NEVs in the country reached 4.92 million units. The country had in November set a goal that NEVs will account for around 20 percent of the entire sales volume of new vehicles in 2025.

NPC Deputy Yin Tongyue, also the chairman of automaker Chery, said that Chinese automakers rely on imports for more than 90 percent of their chips, which in the long run will affect the quality, development and growth of smart networked vehicles in the country.

Yin made a suggestion to the NPC that the country needs to formulate a development outline for the direction that technology should take in the field of automotive chips.

He said the outline should set goals for the growth rate of the domestically produced chip products and promote the construction of the chip industry chain.

Zeng Qinghong, an NPC deputy and chairman of GAC Group, also suggested that the country should input human, financial, and material resources to solve the chip problem and strengthen the construction of the industry chain for key auto parts.

He said more social capital can be encouraged to invest in the fields of chips and key auto electronic components.

Chen also suggested that the content of in-vehicle digital services should be subject to supervision, and punitive measures and group compensation mechanisms should be formulated to deal with violations of laws and regulations in the field of data security.

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China’s Top Political Advisory Body Wraps up Annual Session

 

The closing meeting of the fourth session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) is held at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, March 10, 2021. Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Li Zhanshu, Wang Huning, Zhao Leji, Han Zheng and Wang Qishan attended the closing meeting. Wang Yang presided over the closing meeting and delivered a speech. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen)

 

BEIJING, March 10 (Xinhua) — China’s top political advisory body concluded its annual session on Wednesday afternoon, calling for concerted and unremitting efforts toward realizing the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation.

 

Xi Jinping and other Chinese leaders — Li Keqiang, Li Zhanshu, Wang Huning, Zhao Leji, Han Zheng and Wang Qishan — attended the closing meeting of the fourth session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing.

 

Wang Yang, a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the National Committee of the CPPCC, presided over the meeting.

 

A resolution on a work report of the Standing Committee of the CPPCC National Committee, a resolution on a report on how the proposals from political advisors have been handled since the previous annual session, a report on the examination of new proposals, and a political resolution on the fourth session of 13th CPPCC National Committee were approved at the meeting.

 

The political advisors unanimously agreed to support the National People’s Congress — the national legislature — in making a decision on improving the electoral system of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.

 

Addressing the meeting, Wang Yang said the session had focused on the blueprint for the country’s social and economic development over the next five to 15 years.

 

This year marks the centenary of the CPC and the first year for the country to implement its new five-year development plan and begin its new journey toward fully building a modern socialist country, he said.

 

Wang called on the CPPCC to pool wisdom and strength of Chinese people at home and abroad to make contributions to securing a good start for fully building a modern socialist country.

 

The CPPCC must take upholding and strengthening Party leadership as the fundamental political principle and major political responsibility, he said, urging the CPPCC to better play its role as a platform for consultative democracy.

 

Wang also called for continuous efforts to advance the cause of the CPPCC and the development of the CPPCC as a specialist consultative body, so as to celebrate, with outstanding achievements, the centenary of the CPC.

 

Before the closing meeting, Wang presided over a meeting of the Standing Committee of the 13th CPPCC National Committee.

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5 Billion Yuan Kitchen Heat Intelligent Appliance Industrial Park Project of Midea Group Settled in Wuhu

On the morning of March 10th, Wuhu Economic and Technological Development Zone and Midea Group signed a kitchen heat intelligent appliance industrial park project with a total investment of 5 billion yuan. Shan Xiangqian, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Municipal Committee and Mayor of Wuhu, and Xu Minfeng, President of Midea Group’s Kitchen Heat Business Division witnessed the signing and had a discussion.




Shan expressed congratulations on the signing of the project. He pointed out that over the years, Midea has been deeply engaged in Wuhu, resonating with the urban development, and has become a faithful “witness”, a close “partner” and an important “contributor” to Wuhu’s development of substantial economy. At the beginning of the 14th Five-Year Plan, Wuhu is trying its best to promote the work of “double recruitment and double introduction”, introducing new measures and seeking new breakthroughs in the aspects of investment attraction of the whole industrial chain, helping enterprises reduce costs and attracting and cultivating all kinds of talents. The signing of the Midea Kitchen Heat Intelligent Appliance Industrial Park marks the cooperation between Wuhu and Midea has entered a new stage. It is hoped that both sides will work together to build the project into the first “Lighthouse Factory” in Wuhu, creating a new model and injecting new momentum into the intelligent manufacturing industry in Wuhu. Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government of Wuhu will, as always, provide quality services, so as to promote mutual benefit and common development of both sides.




Xu Minfeng thanked Wuhu Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government for their strong support to the enterprise all the time. He said that in recent years, the economic and social development of Wuhu has made encouraging achievements, and the high quality and efficient business service environment is heartwarming, which further strengthens the confidence and determination of Midea Group to develop in Wuhu. Midea Group attaches great importance to this project, and has sent dozens of experts to form a think tank to guide and evaluate the project on-site, to help build a world-class “Lighthouse Factory” for the project, and to make new and greater contributions to the high-quality development of Wuhu during the 14th Five-Year Plan.




Translated by Yuan Mengwen from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal People’s Government

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China’s Key Political Season Kicks off, Pooling Strength for Modernization Drive

— This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, as well as the starting point on a new journey to fully building a modern socialist China

 

— Premier Li Keqiang is expected to deliver a government work report, which will be closely watched as China has emerged among the first countries to restore economic growth.

 

— This year’s two sessions are expected to garner more attention from home and abroad as lawmakers will deliberate a blueprint for China’s development in the next five to 15 years.

 

— Topics including high-quality economic development, sci-tech innovation, rural vitalization, eco-protection and “dual circulation” development paradigm will draw much attention.

 

— The two sessions returning to its traditional March schedule is an embodiment of China’s success in effectively containing the COVID-19 epidemic.

 

China’s top political advisory body started its annual session Thursday in Beijing, kicking off the country’s major political season of the year that will pool the strength for fully building a modern socialist country.

 

Chinese President Xi Jinping and other Chinese leaders attended the opening meeting of the session at the Great Hall of the People.

 

Chinese President Xi Jinping and other Chinese leaders attend the opening meeting of the fourth session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 4, 2021. (Xinhua/Ju Peng)

 

“This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), as well as the starting point on a new journey to fully building a modern socialist China,” Wang Yang, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), told a gathering of more than 2,000 political advisors.

 

Wang called on political advisors to devote their wisdom and strength to the construction of a modern socialist country.

 

The National People’s Congress (NPC), China’s top legislature, will begin its annual session on Friday. The dual meetings, also known as the “two sessions,” will set the general national agenda for the whole year and beyond.

 

Premier Li Keqiang is expected to deliver a government work report, which will be closely watched as China has emerged among the first countries to effectively contain the COVID-19 pandemic, reopen the economy safely, and restore economic growth. The country’s development goals and plan for 2021 are expected to be unveiled in the report.

 

China’s GDP grew 2.3 percent year on year to hit 101.6 trillion yuan (about 15.7 trillion U.S. dollars) in 2020.

 

The fourth session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference opens at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 4, 2021. (Xinhua/Xing Guangli)

 

Zhang Liqun, a research fellow with the Development Research Center of the State Council, said China’s economy is resilient, has potential and will maintain sustained growth in 2021.

 

Zhang, however, noted that the primary goal of economic development is not to seek a nice-looking GDP figure but to raise the quality of the growth and ensure people’s well-being.

 

This year’s two sessions are expected to garner more attention from home and abroad as lawmakers will deliberate a blueprint for China’s development in the next five to 15 years — the draft outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-2025) and the long-range objectives through the year 2035.

 

“This year’s two sessions do not just serve for the work in 2021, but also the goals and tasks set by the 14th Five-Year Plan. We must fulfill the great mission of our times,” said Bai Chongen, a CPPCC National Committee member and dean of the School of Economics and Management at Tsinghua University.

 

The draft outline will be under the spotlight for its comprehensive and targeted measures echoing China’s new development philosophy, said Xin Ming, a professor at the Party School of the CPC Central Committee (National Academy of Governance).

 

Workers are busy at the factory of Zhuolang Intelligent Machinery Co., Ltd. in Urumqi, northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, Oct. 22, 2020. (Xinhua/Wang Fei)

 

Topics including high-quality economic development, sci-tech innovation, rural vitalization and eco-protection will also draw much attention, Xin said, adding that “dual circulation” development paradigm will be another highlight, in which domestic and overseas markets reinforce each other, with the domestic market as the mainstay.

 

The 14th Five-Year Plan will further clarify how China will implement the dual circulation strategy and achieve high-quality development, observers say, noting that unleashing domestic demand is crucial to driving China’s growth, but this new development paradigm does not mean China will backpedal on its opening-up drive.

 

China’s pursuit of self-reliance “is never to close its doors but to build a new development paradigm based on wider and higher-level opening-up,” explained Wang Yiming, a member of the CPPCC National Committee.

 

Photo shows a China-Europe freight train bound for Helsinki, Finland, departing from Putian Station of Zhengzhou, central China’s Henan Province, Nov. 20, 2020. (Xinhua/Hao Yuan)

 

During the past year, China had actively cooperated with other countries and regions. It signed the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement in November and completed investment agreement negotiations with the European Union in December.

 

“China’s economy has been deeply integrated into the global economy. As China enters the new stage of development, its ties with the world economy will get even closer,” said Ji Zhiye, former head of China Institutes of Contemporary International Relations who is also a member of the CPPCC National Committee. Ji said the international capitals are optimistic about the Chinese market thanks to the country’s business environment and economic resilience.

 

The two sessions returning to its traditional March schedule is an embodiment of China’s success in effectively containing the COVID-19 epidemic. The arrangement reconfirms that China’s political, economic and social life is returning to normal, injecting confidence into the world amid the fight against the virus.

 

Zhang Wenhong, head of the Center for Infectious Diseases at the Shanghai-based Huashan Hospital of Fudan University, said he is hopeful that China will not have any major COVID-19 resurgence this year thanks to its anti-epidemic experience and strong control measures.

 

Promoting vaccination across the country is the focus of the next stage of epidemic control, according to Zhang, who also heads Shanghai’s COVID-19 clinical expert team. As of the end of February, more than 52 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been administered across China.

 

The world today is caught between a pandemic of the century and momentous changes never seen over the past one hundred years, bringing about many risks and challenges for China on its way ahead.

 

Members of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference attend the opening meeting of the fourth session of the 13th CPPCC National Committee at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, March 4, 2021. (Xinhua/Wang Ye)

 

China’s nationwide unity is the most solid support for overcoming all kinds of difficulties, and the two sessions are an important platform to pool the country’s strength, said Luo Jie, an NPC deputy and head of the Taihe Hospital in Shiyan, central China’s Hubei Province.

 

Embarking on the new journey, this year’s two sessions will unite the people to concertedly strive toward a brighter future with great opportunities, said another NPC deputy Cui Genliang.

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China to Fully Advance Rural Vitalization, Facilitate Modernization of Agriculture, Rural Areas

BEIJING — China unveiled its “No 1 central document” for 2021 on Feb 21, stressing the efforts to comprehensively push forward rural vitalization and accelerate the modernization of agriculture and rural areas.


 


As the first policy statement released by China’s central authorities each year, the document is seen as an indicator of policy priorities. Work on agriculture and rural areas has been high on the agenda for 18 consecutive years since 2004.


 


During the 14th Five-Year Plan period (2021-2025), the Communist Party of China will regard work concerning agriculture, rural areas and farmers as its top priority, said the


 


“China will make the comprehensive advancement of rural vitalization a major task in realizing the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, and will speed up the modernization of agriculture and the countryside with the efforts of the whole Party and society,” according to the


 


The document clearly lists the targets and tasks concerning agriculture and rural areas for 2021, as well as a broader vision for the period up to 2025.


 


This year, the country will keep its sown areas stable, with the grain output to exceed 650 billion kilograms, further improve the quality of agricultural products and food safety, and ensure that the growth of farmers’ incomes outpaces that of urban residents, said the


 


The country will also start implementing the plan on the modernization of agriculture and the countryside, and further promote reforms in rural areas.


 


By 2025, China will see substantial progress in the modernization of agriculture and the countryside, with achievements seen for a more solid agricultural foundation, a narrower income gap between rural and urban residents, and basically realizing agricultural modernization where conditions permit, said the


 


China will set a five-year transition period for counties that have shaken off poverty and gradually shift the policy focus from poverty alleviation toward comprehensively promoting rural vitalization.


 


The country will continue to consolidate poverty alleviation outcomes, promote rural vitalization in areas that have shaken off poverty, and strengthen assistance for low-income rural residents on a regular basis, said the


 


As for agricultural modernization, the document stresses the country’s ability to ensure the supply of grain and major agricultural products, including stabilizing the sown area of grain and improving the yield per unit area, accelerating the building of a modern breeding system, promoting green and healthy aquaculture, and optimizing the trade of agricultural products.


 


The protection, development and utilization of agricultural germplasm resources should be strengthened and the implementation of major scientific and technological projects in agricultural biological breeding should be accelerated.


 


The document emphasizes that the country must retain a “red line” of 1.8 billion mu (120 million hectares) of arable land. The construction of 100 million mu of high-standard farmland with high and stable yields regardless of drought and flood will be complete this year.


 


Efforts should also be made to strengthen the support provided to modern agriculture by science, technology and equipment, to establish agricultural modernization demonstration zones, with the total number to reach about 500 by 2025, and to advance the green development of agriculture, according to the


 


China will vigorously implement an action plan for rural construction, setting targets for better rural public infrastructure and basic public services, stronger rural consumption, and faster integrated urban-rural development within counties, among others, according to the


 


The document also outlines measures to strengthen the Party’s overall leadership over the work concerning agriculture, rural areas and farmers.

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26 Projects of Jiujiang District Were Signed in the First Quarter

 On the afternoon of February 21st, Jiujiang District held a centralized signing ceremony of the first quarter in 2021 in the form of online and offline, and 26 projects were signed.  


The total investment of the contracted projects is 8.79 billion yuan, including 4 projects of more than 1 billion yuan (including 1 billion yuan). Among the 26 projects, there are 9 robotics projects, 8 industrial projects, 4 cultural and tourism projects, 2 big data projects, 2 e-commercial projects and 1 agricultural project.


Director of Jiujiang District introduced that the centralized signing ceremony is a reflection of the area to adhere to the principle of focusing on projects as well as an important measure open the “14th Five Year Plan. The area has always adheres to the “double recruitment and double lead” as the principle and constantly been devoted to provide favorable environment and good service, which makes Jiujiang a favored land for investment and talent agglomeration. By the end of the 13th Five Year Plan”, the GDP of the region had exceeded 50 billion yuan, and the assessment of private economy ranked first and second in the first-class counties and districts of the province for four consecutive years. In 2020, the economic operation assessment of the district ranked the second in Wuhu, and the robot individual assessment ranked the first in the province.

 Translated by Yuan Mengwen from Foreign Affairs Office of Wuhu Municipal People’s Government

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