Shenzhen will spend Yn10.9bn this year on city infrastructure projects, South China Morning Post said. Some Yn1.6bn will be spent on transport, including the city’s railway system, the west link road connecting Shekou to Hong Kong and an underground tunnel at Lowu checkpoint. The city will also try to improve its cultural image by building a university city, a cultural centre and an international convention centre, and its environment will be enhanced by creating more parks and planting more trees.
In a separate development, Shenzhen’s deputy mayor Li Decheng said the city would improve its competitiveness by doubling the number of skilled people hired from abroad and recruiting 15,000 university graduates from other provinces.
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