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Economic zone starts construction

WORKERS broke ground yesterday on infrastructure projects on the Chinese side of a China-Mongolia cross-border economic cooperation zone.

The 18-square-kilometer zone stretches across the border between the cities of Erenhot in China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and Zamyn-Uud in Mongolia.

The area has been designed to integrate international trade with the processing of import and export commodities; as well as facilitate e-commerce, entertainment and financing upon completion.

At a cost of 900 million yuan (US$135 million), the Chinese part of the project will include over 33 kilometers of roads and facilities such as drains, heating, power and telecommunication. Construction is expected to be completed in 2018.


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