Hong Kong media: China hopes to promote Sino US infrastructure cooperation or help us rebuild its infrastructure.

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 Hong Kong media: China hopes to promote Sino US infrastructure cooperation or help us rebuild its infrastructure.


This is the Boston subway train which was assembled in the workshop of the central passenger car manufacturing center (photo taken in October 31, 2017). Xinhua News Agency reporter Zhang Nan Reference News Network April 28th, Hong Kong media reported that Chinese party secretary of the Ministry of transport said Yang Chuantang put forward the proposal, in China The Belt and Road initiative and the reconstruction of infrastructure planning framework, to promote Sino US cooperation has made substantial progress. According to Hongkongs South China Morning Post on April 27th, the party secretary of the Ministry of transportation, Yang Chuantang, made the remarks at the ninth Sino US communications forum held in Beijing in April 26th. American Transport Minister Zhao Xiaolan attended the forum. The report said she was the first cabinet member of the Trump administration to visit China after the tit for tat trade frictions between China and the United States. In February, Trump announced a plan to repair and upgrade American infrastructure by $1 trillion and 500 billion (9 trillion and 500 billion yuan, the net note), but only $200 billion came from federal direct spending. Zhao Xiaolan said: the demand for infrastructure in the United States has been ignored. Our goal is to work with other organizations such as state and local governments, and allow the private sector to meet these needs. The report said that in the past 10 years, the government, characterized by strong political and financial commitments, has helped China to significantly upgrade its transport infrastructure. China has built the worlds largest high-speed rail network and has become a symbol of technological progress and national pride. In recent years, China has also begun to export its technology and products, including contracts that Chinese companies have won for subway cars in Boston, Chicago and Losangeles, the report said.