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Work starts on smart industrial park in New Taipei

NT$4.1 billion Baogao Industrial Park set to create 9,600 jobs in ICT, biotech and cloud computing After investing NT$4.1 billion (US$137 million) New Taipei City Government held a beam-raising ceremony on Thursday (Jan. 9) for Baogao


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China Harbour and Boskalis ink huge land reclamation contract in Manila Bay

China Harbour Engineering and Dutch dredging company Royal Boskalis Westminster have won a €650m reclamation contract in Manila Bay. The Pasay Reclamation Development Project in Manila Bay is a new and modern commercial and residential property


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Siemens Gamesa breaks ground on nacelle factory in central Taiwan

The factory at the Port of Taichung is slated to start production in 2021 and will boost the wind turbine and offshore wind industry TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Siemens Gamesa broke ground on its nacelle assembly


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30 Chinese companies enter bids for Vietnam’s North–South Expressway

Half of 60 investors preparing to bid for eight sections of Vietnam’s North-South Expressway are from China. The Ministry of Transport (MoT) said 30 Chinese investors have obtained documents to bid for the eight sections which


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Taiwan Gov’t considers extending Taiwan High Speed Rail

Northward extension of route would reduce traffic to east coast TAIPEI – Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) raised a proposal to extend Taiwan High Speed Rail (THSR) northward to Yilan County last month, in


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New Silk Road: Russia to build 2,000km highway linking Europe and China

Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has approved the construction of a new tolled motorway across Russia designed to significantly shorten cargo routes, local media reported. The project is expected to cost around $9.5 billion. The massive infrastructure


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Giant Beijing airport set to open on eve of China’s 70th birthday

BEIJING-Beijing is set to open an eye-catching multi-billion dollar airport resembling a massive shining starfish, to accommodate soaring air traffic in China and celebrate the Communist government’s 70th anniversary in power. Work on the Beijing Daxing


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Chinese companies to build 400 MW power plant

Electricite Du Cambodge has signed an agreement with two Chinese firms to build a power facility fueled by heavy fuel oil and liquefied natural gas that will be able to generate 400 megawatts. The facility, which


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Work begins on Manila’s first subway: “Gov’t time frame wildly optimistic”

MANILA — Ground was broken Wednesday on the first subway line in congestion-ridden Metro Manila, but contractors said the Philippine government’s time-frame for construction was wildly optimistic. As part of President Rodrigo Duterte’s infrastructure push, the


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Construction begins on OMA’s Xinhu Hangzhou Prism

The Xinhu Hangzhou Prism by Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) embarks on construction. Architects Chris van Duijn and Michalis Hadjistyllis lead the project, expecting completion by 2020. The project forms the heart of Hangzhou’s Future Tech


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