The city of Yongji in northern China’s Shanxi Province has stepped up cooperation with Shanghai, with a number of projects in fields such as tourism and environment inked in Shanghai.
Nine cooperation projects were signed by the Yongji government and corporations in Shanghai on Thursday.
They cover areas such as minsu (the Chinese version of bed & breakfasts) management, camping sites along the Yellow River, lithium-ion battery, environmentally friendly garbage bins, self-service fresh food terminals and a feed plant.
Under the agreement, villages in Yongji will undergo redesigns and upgrades to provide high-quality travel experiences for tourists and transform them into alluring tourist destinations.
Shanghai and Yongji are highly complementary in terms of cultural and tourism resources, and the two cities have huge cooperation potential, said Chen Ping, director of the Shanghai…