The Mayor of Lorca, Francisco Jodar, explained that "this investment, together with the City Photovoltaic Jewish tourism and other projects developed during this legislative business for the municipality, in the coming years will generate more jobs than there are unemployed Lorca today. "
The Mayor of Lorca, Francisco Jodar, received this morning to five political representatives of Chinese institutions that have shown their support for the construction Lorca Enterprise Zone Investment Chinas (ZEIC), which means "a decisive step in the progress of this project will allow the installation of high-tech Asian companies, which generate many jobs. "
Jodar has appeared in the press conference accompanied by the CEO of the company behind the ZEIC, Salvador Alcazar, and Vice President of People's Political Consultative Conference in Nanjing (the capital in which companies are interested in investing in Lorca) Wang Juanhua.
Lorca Mayor explained that "this investment, together with the City Photovoltaic Jewish tourism and other projects developed during this legislative business for the municipality, will generate more jobs than there are unemployed today Lorca."
Jódar Francisco explained that "agreements have been signed between Chinese institutions and the Institute of Development in the Region of Murcia to promote the establishment of dozens of Asian companies in Lorca, within this project involves investment of 1,000 million euros ".
Secured funding to start this year works
In this sense Alcázar has indicated its intention to begin this year the first earthworks of the first phase of the eight areas that make up this complex, and that will be developed in four or five years, for which "we have committed to 85 % of the Chinese capital financing and implementation have agreements with pharmaceutical companies, food and renewable energy. "
One of the areas defined in the project of 388,000 m2 will be dedicated to the dissemination of the history and culture of China, with the reproduction of some of the most characteristic monuments of the eastern country, surrounded by gardens with native flora and lakes in China Asian-inspired, which will also help boost tourism in the municipality.
In addition, the ZEIC is configured as a large logistics base of 187,000 m2, so that Chinese companies have invested in the project have their headquarters, offices and business centers.
Management area include, among other amenities, an apartment complex to house the workers and employers of ZEIC, estimated to be many, but the developer has failed to specify the number of direct jobs that might involve the project, which could be operational within three to four years after work begins.
There will be a residential area will have 696,000 m2 and will include about 1,800 energy efficient housing, also of Eastern inspiration, townhouses, single family or apartment format.
ZEIC also include a recreation area that will have utilities, food, fashion, a casino, theaters, a five-star hotel for 500 guests and a golf course.
Complete a shopping complex in which the companies located in the complex sell their products and provide specialized services and a training area for professionals, which will accommodate business schools, colleges and the courses to be taught postgraduate on various matters related to the Eastern business, which has seen Lorca ideal spot for business with Europe, Africa and Latin America.
Wang Juanhua was accompanied at the meeting with Francisco Jódar by the President of the People's Political Consultative Conference in Nanjing Huatai Yu, Wu Benzhong, the President of the People's Political Consultative Conference in Nanjing Qixia, Xia Ning, Chairman of the Policy Conference People's Consultative Luhe District Nanjing, Xiang Jun and Vice Director of the Foreign Affairs Committee Honkong in Nanjing, Macao, Taiwan and overseas Chinese Political Consultative Conference in Nanjing, Jiang Xiaojing.
Naijin is the capital of Jiangsu Province, has 6.598km2 to its 8 million inhabitants and there are based entrepreneurs interested in investing in Lorca.
Source: Ayuntamiento de Lorca