A vegetable and fruit plantation in the city of Qingzhen in Guiyang, Southwest China's Guizhou province [Photo/Guiyang Daily]
The Qingzhen government will support Guiyang in a provincial five-year campaign to make its capital stronger by rolling out a slew of policies and setting targets related to new-type industrialization, city renewal, technological innovation, and rural vitalization.
Enterprises in Qingzhen are encouraged to optimize and reach the designated size. Government officials will be required to increase the frequency of visits to companies to offer assistance and guidance, as well as to promote the signing, construction, and operation of projects on the agenda.
Qingzhen currently has 17 enterprises above designated size, registered 37.5 billion yuan ($5.63 billion) in industrial output, and 8.2 billion yuan in fixed asset investment, which will help it achieve its annual goal.
The government will also work to improve leadership and work mechanisms, strengthen the accountability of specific programs, broaden multiple channels to raise program capital, improve digital and intelligent services to raise work efficiency, and reinforce the publicity and supervision of the renovation and rebuilding of shanty towns, old urban residential communities, and city laneways.
To date, 15 of 16 shanty town renovation programs have been carried out in the city, with 1,508 households involved having signed contracts. All the old urban residential community projects have already commenced, and 93.11 percent of them have been finished. Road work on 15 city laneways will be finished before Sept 6.