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Inter-provincial govt service to help massive Rudong project


Updated: 2021-01-12


Special service windows will be set up to provide an efficient inter-provincial government service for the TongKun project. [Photo/ntfabu.com]

Rudong county in Nantong city, in East China's Jiangsu province and Tongxiang city in East China's Zhejiang province, recently jointly determined a package of measures that will help a massive new project in the region.

The raft of measures aim to streamline the government services needed for a massive 45 billion yuan ($6.95 billion) manufacturing plant that will soon break ground in Rudong.

Officials said the key provincial-level project is being funded by TongKun Group Co Ltd, a listed joint-stock company headquartered in Tongxiang.

The ambitious goal is for it to become the world's first manufacturer to achieve continuous production of PTA, polyester and spinning through the integration of a complete industrial chain. The goal is for the massive new plant to be a green, low-carbon, environmentally friendly and advanced intelligent factory.

Staff from the development and reform, city supervision, big data, public security and other departments in two places gathered in Rudong on Jan 8 to draw up the implementation measures.

A service guide and manual was drawn up, detailing the operations of special administrative service windows which will be set up in county-level government service halls. There will also be a special team and a complete working mechanism to deliver integrated online services.

According to Yuan Xinrong, director of the administrative approval bureau of Rudong county, in order to speed up the major project, they will continue to broaden the range of their services to deal with frequent issues. Yuan said the inter-provincial government services will help solve any difficulties facing the TongKun project.

Moving forwards, Rudong and Tongxiang will jointly build an in-depth integration system for inter-provincial government services. They will promote a shift in the orientation of government services, to ensure they respond promptly to the needs of the public and enterprises.