Haikou has stepped up efforts to develop the city into a holiday destination and a good place to live and work, said Chen Ci, Party chief of Haikou city, during the Annual National Planning Conference in September.


The city plans to restructure the economy, including reforms in real estate.


According to urban development plans, the city will promote real estate that combines regular residential buildings with tourism resorts, healthcare facilities or commercial properties, aiming to provide more jobs and business opportunities.


The city has put particular emphasis on environmental issues. It plans to further expand the mangrove wetland area and build more green lanes across the city.


The city has also made efforts to improve the transportation systems including shipping, railway, expressway and airlines.


It also aims to develop into a hub for business, culture and healthcare.


The city is also trying to preserve the natural resources of the seaside for the public by arranging the height and location of buildings developed near the area.


The city requires developers and business groups to take up environmental protection projects while developing for commercial use.


SOURCE: China Watch


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