Beijing—The country’s plan to develop a global network of airports, tunnels, highways, bridges, ports, railways, and other infrastructure projects has been put on hold for several years after China began work on the plan last year, with the Chinese government announcing plans to boost its infrastructure production in the coming years.
The plan to boost infrastructure production was announced in April, but China has been reluctant to move ahead, citing the country’s need to ensure it is meeting its climate commitments and the economic needs of its citizens.
In April, the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) announced a series of new plans to modernize its infrastructure.
Some of the new plans include new airports, roads, bridges and tunnels, as well as new highways and high-speed rail lines.
The CCP also announced plans to establish a new national transportation agency, and plans to build more than 500 new passenger rail lines, including several new lines linking Shanghai, Beijing, and Hong Kong.
The Chinese government said it would create more 1,400 jobs and 100,000 construction jobs in the country by 2020.
The new projects will create jobs for Chinese citizens, and the government has been working on creating infrastructure for the countrys citizens in other countries, including the United States.
In May, the U.S. Commerce Department said that China had announced plans for over 600 new projects and projects in the next decade.
The countrys new infrastructure projects will likely add to the number of infrastructure projects that the United Nations has identified as essential to meet its climate goals.
“We are hopeful that these will help China to achieve its climate obligations,” said Stephen O’Malley, the United Nation’s top climate official, in a speech on May 25.
“China is one of the largest emitters of greenhouse gases in the world, and this is good news for the United Kingdom, Germany, and France, among others.”
The plan will create 1,100 jobs and 300,000 new construction jobs by 2020, according to a report published by the World Bank in June.
The United Nations is also working on a plan to modernise the infrastructure in China and the plan includes an expansion of the national transportation network.