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2022-07-29
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Hubei Agricultural Development Bank has accumulated 25.2 billion loans to support water conservancy construction

Hubei Agricultural Development Bank has accumulated 25.2 billion loans to support water conservancy construction

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create water ecology and protect the water environment. On October 29, Hubei Branch of Agricultural Development Bank of China learned that it had played the role of credit leverage and included supporting water conservancy construction in the key project of developing Xinghang. By the end of July, it had invested 25.2 billion yuan in various water conservancy construction loans for pressing plates used for tightening test and compaction test

at the beginning of August, bulldozers and earth moving vehicles were shuttling to and from the water supply project site in Xinjiangkou City, Songzi City. Workers were sweating hard to lay pipes and build water purification plants. Last year, the Agricultural Development Bank Songzi City sub branch included the "water diversion to the city" as a water conservancy loan support project, and has issued a loan of 98million yuan. After the completion of the project at the end of the year, the clear water from the first reservoir will be transported to thousands of households in Songzi City. Ordinary people can use high-quality alloy structural steel to irrigate 8 towns, 83 administrative villages, 396000 people and 352600 mu of paddy fields and dry lands along the line

by the end of July, the Hubei Branch of agricultural development bank had invested a total of 25.2 billion yuan in loans, supported 153 major water conservancy projects such as the South-to-North Water Transfer Project and the allocation of water resources in Northern Hubei, supported the reinforcement of 721 dangerous reservoirs, built, repaired and dredged 335 kilometers of rivers and ditches, and treated 122 square kilometers of rural water pollution before measurement, solving the drinking water safety problems of nearly 5.07 million farmers

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