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PPP model for the
development
of CFLD New Industry
Cities

Public Private Partnership, or PPP, refers to a long-term, mutually-beneficial and risk-distributing partnership between government and the private sector to develop infrastructure and provide public services.

CFLD adopts the PPP model when working with local governments. In developing New Industry Cities, we are guided by government policies and work closely with the government to take into consideration the market's economic and business landscape, sharing interests and risks underscored by our commitment to a long-term, mutually-beneficial relationship.

During the process, the government has full authority over how the new industry city will be developed, what the priority industries are and manages service quality. CFLD takes on the responsibility of planning, designing, constructing and operating the new industry cities, realizing the win-win cooperation of 1+1>2.

Scope of Services

Building a new industry city is a long-term endeavor. From the start of the partnership, CFLD applies the goal of sustainable regional economic and social development through our end-to-end solution that includes design and planning, land consolidation, infrastructure construction and public facilities development, industry development services, and city operation and maintenance.

Four advantages,
win-win results
for all

CFLD's PPP Model for the New Industry Cities leverages life cycle-based research when planning for the development of the cities. It makes industry the driving power of urban development and efficient operations. This approach accords with the intent of PPP models, which is to achieve win-win results for the government, enterprises and the public.

An end-to-end solution for a long-term and sustainable development

Building a new industry city is a long-term endeavor. From the start of the partnership, CFLD applies the goal of sustainable regional economic and social development through our end-to-end solution that includes design and planning, land consolidation, infrastructure construction and public facilities development, industry development services, and city operation and maintenance.