CHINA INVESTS 1 BILLION EUROS IN MURCIA
Staff Reporter / 2010-01-21 12:36:54
A new commercial centre in Murcia is to be constructed with Chinese investment to the tune of 1 billion Euros. The Chinese government and a variety of businesses from different sectors will be investing for the development of a tourism, logistics and leisure centre in Murcia, next year.
Construction work on the project is expected to begin next year in the city of Lorca and likely to be completed in 2013 or 2014. The project, known as Special Zone of Chinese Investments, has been made possible by negotiating with Chinese and Asian private initiatives for two years. It will include 2000 apartments, shopping and entertainment complexes, and educational facilities in addition to a theme park showcasing the Chinese cultural heritage.
A logistics centre will showcase Chinese monuments and have eight themes including one on Chinese culture and history. Around 187,000 square meters of area would be given to Chinese business companies which will invest in ZEIC. A commercial area where Chinese products and services will be provided is also part of the plan. The centre will also have a business training school and the leisure zone would have a casino, food services, entertainment services, a five star hotel and a golf course.
Tags: Zeic, Chinese Government, Murcia, Invest