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Southwest China's Guizhou province aims to make shale gas one of the main sources for natural gases, explore 50 billion cubic meters of shale gases, and be capable of producing 1.2 billion cu m of shale gas per year by 2025.
According to the latest statistics, in 2021, Guiyang – capital city of Southwest China's Guizhou province – recorded 361 days with air quality meeting national standards and zero days with moderately polluted air or worse.
Southwest China's Guizhou province recently released an action plan to expand effective investment in 2021-23, setting a main target of investing 165 billion yuan ($25.9 billion) in the service industry during that period.
The authorities of Southwest China's Guizhou recently issued a transportation masterplan, under which the province will have 2,000 kilometers of high-speed railways up and running by 2025.
The prefecture-level city of Zunyi – located in Southwest China's Guizhou – was recently included in the fourth group identified as national culture and technology integration demonstration bases, reportedly making it the second of its kind in the province.
During the third three quarters of the year, the total GDP of Guiyang was 310.24 billion yuan ($48.49 billion), topping all the cities and prefectures in Southwest China's Guizhou province, according to the latest data released by the Guizhou Bureau of Statistics.
The National Development and Reform Commission recently promoted 13 particularly successful cases where rural residents were helped to adapt to urban life and find jobs in cities – as well as cases concerning improvements to urban construction and governance levels, and the accelerated integration of urban-rural development.