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A Roadmap for Xinjiang
A Roadmap for Xinjiang
UPDATED: June 7, 2010 NO. 23 JUNE 10, 2010
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Beijing Municipality—No.14 Division of the Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC), Hotan City, Hotan County, Moyu County and Lop County of Hotan Prefecture—7.26 billion yuan ($1.06 billion) over the next five years for housing and protected agriculture

Guangdong Province—Tumushuke City of the XPCC's No.3 Division, Shufu County and Jiashi County in Kashgar Prefecture—9.6 billion yuan ($1.41 billion) over the next five years for infrastructure construction and public services

Shenzhen—Kashgar City and Taxkorgan County—supply of financing, technologies, talent and management expertise

Jiangsu Province—No.4 Division and No.7 Division of the XPCC, Yili Kazak Autonomous Prefecture, Atushi City, Akqi County and Wuqia County of Kizilsu Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture—people's livelihoods, education, vocational training and oil pipeline projects

Shanghai Municipality—Bachu County, Shache County, Zepu County and Yecheng County of Kashgar Prefecture—earthquake-resistant housing projects, vocational training and agriculture facilities

Shandong Province—Shule County, Yengisar County, Markit County and Yopurga County of Kashgar Prefecture—earthquake-resistant housing projects and safe drinking water projects

Zhejiang Province—Ala'er City of the No.1 Division of the XPCC, and one city and eight counties of Aksu Prefecture—a total investment of 16.7 billion yuan ($2.45 billion) over the next 10 years in industries, modern agriculture and social welfare

Liaoning Province—Tacheng Prefecture—180 million yuan ($26.36 million) as disaster relief for residents affected by the blizzard in 2009, job training and modern agriculture

Henan Province—Hami Prefecture and No.13 Division of the XPCC—orchards, protected agriculture and reconstruction of dilapidated houses

Hebei Province—No.2 Division of the XPCC and Bayingolin Mongol Autonomous Prefecture—an investment 1.8 billion yuan ($263.62 million) in agricultural technologies, housing, employment and education over the next five years

Shanxi Province—Wujiaqu City of the XPCC's No.6 Division, Fukang City of the Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture—coal mining, education and reconstruction in shanty areas

Fujian Province—Six counties and cities in Changji Hui Autonomous Prefecture—investments in the textile industry, social welfare and rural infrastructure

Hunan Province—Turpan Prefecture—affordable housing programs and coal mining

Hubei Province—Bole City and Jinghe County and Wenquan County of Bortala Mongol Autonomous Prefecture and No.5 Division of the XPCC—protected agriculture, tourism and education

Anhui Province—Pishan County of Hotan Prefecture—an investment of 1.3 billion yuan ($190.4 million) over the next five years in protected agriculture and modern industries

Tianjin Municipality—Minfeng County, Qira County and Yutian County of Hotan Prefecture—fruit processing and construction of railways and roads

Heilongjiang Province—No.10 Division of the XPCC and Fuhai County, Fuyun County and Qinghe County in Altay Prefecture—mining, education and job training

Jiangxi Province—Akto County of Kizilsu Kirgiz Autonomous Prefecture—an investment of 2.07 billion yuan ($303.16 million) in infrastructure, education and people's livelihoods

Jilin Province—Altay city, Habahe County, Burqin County and Jimunai County of Altay Prefecture—flood prevention projects and people's livelihoods

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