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Posted on Apr 23, 2020 by emily Cao
About 1,326 projects worth over 100 million yuan ($14.12 million) have resumed work in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, Sina Finance reported on Thursday.
Over 600 staff members have started to work since April 8 at the Cyber Security Academy of National Cyber Security Talent and Innovation Base to ensure the project can be delivered on time.
The goals of the project have not changed, although the project has been delayed by the COVID-19 outbreak and staff are working at full speed to deliver the project on June 10 as scheduled to ensure it can accommodate students in September, according to an unnamed representative from Wuhan Construction.
Work resumption rate reached 100 percent at the construction site of the Nanhu water environment improvement project, contracted by Airport Development Group.
About 570 million yuan in production has been completed and about 1.1 billion yuan in targeted production value is expected to be achieved this year. The aim remains the same for the Nanhu project, which will be completed for final acceptance of construction by the end of December, said Yang Xin, deputy general manager of municipal group of the Airport Development Group.
The project is expected to complete in September, and after completion it will become a national-level artificial intelligence industrial cluster and mass entrepreneurial base.
Major projects are managed on service lists, with leaders' point-to-point contacts and holistic aid to tackle the challenges of resuming work, transportation and material supply in Wuhan.
To ensure work can be resumed smoothly at the Wuhan National Aerospace Industry Base, about 120 million yuan in financial aid has been provided and about 826 people recruited in a short time to meet the employment gap.
The resumption of work in the country's manufacturing sector has been increasing rapidly, and the country will resolve any issues companies face amid the fight against the novel coronavirus, China's top industrial regulator said.
About 99 percent of China's major industrial enterprises have resumed production, and 94 percent of employees have returned to work nationwide by April 14 in China, according to Xu Kemin, an official with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
This article is transferred from China Daily.
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