Li Liguo, executive deputy head of Wudang district, discusses Wudang's industrial development plan for this year. [Photo/gzwd.gov.cn]
Wudang district in Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, will make strong efforts to boost new-type industrialization and urbanization over the next five years.
The district plans to achieve double-digit growth in GDP, population and the downtown built-up area.
Meanwhile, the medical and health industries and electronic information manufacturing industry are expected to see rapid development.
To achieve these goals, Wudang will build four living circles, build or renovate six parking lots, and renovate five residential communities, four shanty towns and 20 back alleys in a bid to improve the living environment for the district's 260,000 residents.
A view of the construction site of a key industrial project in Wudang district [Photo/gzwd.gov.cn]
According to Li Liguo, executive deputy head of Wudang district, Wudang plans to start construction on standard factories covering an area of 700,000 square meters, and around 500,000 sq m will finish construction this year.
Meanwhile, Wudang is expected to add 14 industrial enterprises above a designated size – those with annual revenue of 20 million yuan ($2.8 million) or more.
The total production values of the district's medical and health industries and electronic information manufacturing industry are expected to exceed 6.9 billion yuan and 9 billion yuan, respectively.