[photopress:air_hangzhou_arirport.jpg,full,alignright]Hangzhou, the capital of eastern China’s Zhejiang province, will invest US$143.19 million (RMB1 billion) in an international aviation building to stimulate the development of the province’s aviation industry.
The 156-meter China Aviation Tower has a total floor area of 102,715 square meters and will be located in the central business district of the city’s Qiantang New City.
The building, due to be completed by 2011, will house domestic and international aviation companies. The illustration is of the current airport.
Source: China Perspective