Hohhot city signs 26 projects, worth 21b yuan


Hohhot city, capital of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, signed its approval for 26 new projects that will cost an estimated 20.63 billion yuan ($3.24 billion), at a development conference held on April 6.

The projects include the planned Yili Modern Smart Health Valley Cold Chain Logistics Base, the Datang Mengxi One-stop Smart Operation and Maintenance Service Platform Project, the Shanshan Outlets Project and the China Nuclear Energy Smart Medical Management Project.

Among the projects, seven involve investments of over 1 billion yuan each and 15 will cost 100 million yuan to 1 billion yuan each.

This year, Hohhot plans to implement 85 key service projects with a total investment of 128.25 billion yuan – 59 new projects and 26 ongoing projects.

The city also plans to complete investments of 11.98 billion yuan during the year.