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The project is designed to build four new container berths for the port with a quay length of 1,200 meters and a land space of 58 hectares. In 2015, the project delivered an annual capacity of 1.56 million TEUs and began to generate profit. At the end of 2015, the Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to USD330 million.

This refinery is a major industrial undertaking for Kyrgyzstan, and will play a key role in promoting local economic development, increasing fiscal income to the government, and improving local employment. The construction has a total investment of USD431 million and the Bank had disbursed USD300 million in loans by the end of 2015.

As a major component of the Jing-Fu(Beijing to Fuzhou) High-Speed Railway, Hefei-Fuzhou Line is a high-capacity passenger route that connects Central China and Southern China, and became operational on 28 June 2015.The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB8,615 million at the end of 2015.

Zhangjiakou is home to one of the major onshore wind farms in China.Total investment of the project is RMB 3,574 million.At the end of 2015, the Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 2,637 million,which effectively supported Zhangjiakou's pursuit to become a unique Low-Carbon Olympic Region.

The Bank provided loans to help build a 1,500 mu (247 acres) tea farm and a 1,200 mu (198 acres) tree farm as well as a small tea processing factory, which created employment for all 350 poverty-stricken households. The Bank's RMB 2.7 million lending enabled them to earn additional income of more than RMB 1,600 per person.

The Bank endeavors to maximize the ripple effect of urban renewal projects. While improving the living conditions of run-down areas in Kaifeng, Henan, the Bank aims to promote the comprehensive amelioration in various sectors, including new urbanization, environmental improvement, and sustainable cultural heritage preservation. The project required a total investment of RMB 5.6 billion, with a loan commitment from the Bank of RMB 4.3 billion.

This project ended the history of no access to highways for Jingxi, Napo and Debao counties of Baise, Guangxi, and is a key link in the China-ASEAN international thoroughfare. As the lead bank, CDB organized a RMB 10 billion syndication loan, including RMB6.1 billion from the Bank which was drawn down at the end of 2015.

In its commitment to helping preserve cultural heritages, and promote distinct and unique small towns, the Bank sponsored a number of ancient town preservation projects in Suzhou, including Zhenze, Shaxi and Tongli, among other historical and cultural towns. At the end of 2015, cumulative lending amounted to RMB 2,953 million.

The procurement of 591 China-made locomotives is so far the largest order in China’s export of railway equipment to African countries, and will play a critical role in promoting China's cooperation with African countries in building their high-speed railway, highway and regional airline networks and in promoting industrialization. The Bank committed loans of USD 2.5 billion for this project.

The Bank funded the Company+Farmers solution for cotton farming in five countries in Africa, enabling nearly 200,000 cotton farmers to increase their income. At the end of 2015, the Bank had a cumulative lending of USD 206 million, while the subsidiary China-Africa Development Fund invested USD 31.08 million.

This is the top-priority project for improving people's living conditions in the revival of old revolutionary bases in southern Jiangxi, and it aims to help 56,000 farming households in 18 counties under Ganzhou. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 770 million at the end of 2015.

The Bank made a remarkable success in funding the construction of a modern agricultural base. By helping Zhonghe Group build its healthy food bases from acquired lands and develop its modern end-to-end agricultural supply chain, and engaging public and private funding to support constructions and upgrades in local cities and townships, the Bank enabled the aligned and coordinated development in industrialization, agricultural modernization, and local new urbanization. At the end of 2015, cumulative lending to this Henan enterprise amounted to RMB 1,539 million.

This project represents a highlight in the Bank's efforts to promote the development of high-grade farmlands, and provides a striking example of good practices where agricultural infrastructures are properly built, properly managed and put to good use. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 310 million at the end of 2015.

 

 

 

The Bank has offered strong funding to Jiangxi to help it take advantage of its unique cultural and natural resources and promote tourism. One of the major projects is to preserve the world's largest and most intact collection of ancient kilns in Ji'an. At the end of 2015, the Bank disbursed RMB 80 million in loans. In Ruijin, the Bank supported the local efforts in promoting revolution-themed tourism to more than 20 historical revolutionary sites, and had provided RMB 125 million of loans at the end of 2015.

Wulingshan is one of the most deprived regions in China, and Enshi is one of the six central cities in the Wulingshan Region. Enshi highways are designed to serve as a thoroughfare between Hubei, Chongqing, Guizhou and Hunan and overcome traffic bottlenecks in the Wulingshan Region. The construction of the highways requires a total investment of RMB47.5 billion, of which, RMB 12.4 billion had been drawn down by the end of 2015.

This initiative aims to build 311 centralized water supply facilities and 4 dispersed water supply facilities (299 water cellars), and repair and upgrade 12 centralized water supply facilities in seven aid-recipient counties, including Lintan and Linxia, Gansu, which will deliver safe drinking water to 923,300 people in these regions. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 920 million at the end of 2015.

As a linchpin project in the comprehensive water environment improvement of Dianchi Lake, it will, upon completion, divert 566 million cubic meters of fresh water to Dianchi Lake to help maintain adequate water level and overall environment of the lake. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 700 million at the end of 2015.

This is one of the first batch of exemplary PPP projects sponsored by the MoF in which public and private funding is encouraged to participate in and contribute to pollution remediation. Total investment is RMB 870 million, and the Bank has committed RMB 609 million.

With a total installed capacity of 50 megawatts, this photovoltaic power generation plant, once operational, will significantly increase the portion of renewable energy in Ningxia. Total investment of the project is RMB 1,196 million. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 950 million at the end of 2015.

Shijia Photons Technology, the top integrated circuit manufacturer in China's fiber-optic communications industry. Its products have enabled China to be independent in this area. The Bank's cumulative funding for the project amounted to RMB 130 million at the end of 2015.

The Pingtan Island Ring Road is of critical importance to the infrastructure construction for Pingtan Comprehensive Experiment Area in Fujian, and shall be decisive in ensuring the comprehensive and rapid development of the area. The Bank committed RMB 3.6 billion to the total investment of RMB 5.3 billion.

As a major component in transport integration in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Region, this highway will greatly alleviate the pressures for cross-Beijing traffic and boost the local economic development along the highway. The Bank committed RMB15.56 billion to the total investment of RMB 34.0 billion, and at the end of 2015, cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 6,768 million.

Donghu National Innovation Park is the second national park designed to promote innovations and the development of proprietary technologies. Through supporting the construction of the park, the Bank is actively involved in promoting technological innovation, industrial upgrades and new urbanization in Hubei. At the end of 2015, the Bank was the top lender to various enterprises in the park with a cumulative lending of RMB 45 billion.

The Bank diligently and continuously explores new options for funding state-owned enterprises in their renewal efforts, and to better support the employee housing renewal project. Of the total investment of RMB 990 million, the Bank committed RMB 790 million.

 

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The project holds great promise to the local low-income families. The Bank has committed RMB 9.8 billion of loans to the budgeted total investment of RMB 12,264 million of this project.

The Bank joined forces with the local governments and worked together to help secure funding for these projects. The renewal projects had a total investment of RMB 24,181 million, including a loan commitment of RMB 15 billion from the Bank.

The Bank led a Chinese syndication of EUR 800 million and funded ChemChina's successful acquisition of Pirelli, a leading Italian tire manufacturer, in the largest overseas acquisition transaction in China's manufacturing industry. This acquisition is expected to help raise the overall competence of the Chinese tire industry to a new level, as it poses to trigger a series of industrial transformations and upgrades. At the end of 2015, the cumulative drawdowns amounted to EUR 340 million.

In order to improve Beijing's public transport network, the Bank sets aside special loans to support Beijing's rail transport constructions, and has funded the construction of 16 subway lines in Beijing. At the end of 2015, the Bank supported Beijing's rail transport constructions with a loan balance of RMB 27.79 billion.

This project will play a critical role in Ningxia's optimization of its energy structure, improving ecosystem in Ningxia, and create numerous employment opportunities in surrounding areas. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 750 million at the end of 2015.

Upon completion, the 174 key water supply and irrigation projects in Yunnan will increase and improve 3,500,000 mu (approximately 576,579 acres) of irrigated arable land, and provide safe drinking water to 4.3 million people. The Bank committed RMB 10 billion to these projects, and at the end of 2015, cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 5,126 million.

The completion of this road construction will significantly improve the transportation in nearby regions, and make substantial contributions to the leapfrogging of the Tibetan economy and society. The project required a total investment of RMB32.9 billion, with a loan commitment from the Bank of RMB26 billion.

As a backbone line that facilitates transportation between Guangxi, Yunnan and coastal areas in Southern China, it will effectively drive the economic development in nearby regions. The Bank's cumulative drawdowns amounted to RMB 4 billion at the end of 2015.

  

The Dali-Lijiang Highway is the main arterial traffic way in western Yunnan Province, with a total mileage of 197.33 km. Once finished, it will complete the road network of Yunnan and significantly promote regional economic, cultural and tourism development. Total investment of the project was RMB 18.8 billion. The Bank led a loan syndication effort, and committed RMB 4.2 billion in loans, which had been fully disbursed.

  

This project is the largest photovoltaic power project in the world and the first solar-hydro hybrid photovoltaic power project in China. The project has a total installed capacity of 320MW and a total investment estimation ofRMB 3.73 billion, and the Bank committed RMB 2.98 billion in loans. As of the end of 2014, RMB 1.8 billion had been disbursed.

  

Total investment at RMB 8.609 billion, this project comprises 2 x 1,000MW-ultra-supercritical coal-fired units. Once completed, it will increase the local electricity capacity to support economic development of the area. The Bank committed RMB 3.5 billion in loans. As of the end of 2014, RMB2.1 billion had been disbursed.

This project significantly improved the energy structure and promoted economic and social development in the western region. The project has a total installed capacity of 400MW and a total investment estimation of RMB 3.2 billion, and the Bank provided RMB 2.5 billion in loans. As of the end of 2014, RMB 840 million had been disbursed.

  

The Bank contributed to the establishment of a PPP-based project financing vehicle—Shibawan Eco-agro Tourism Development Co. Ltd. by lending RMB 400 million. The Bank to back the development of supporting facilities, such as plantation centers of horticulture, fruits and vegetables. The project, operating with a business model of “company + plantation centers + farming households”, contributed to restructuring, industrialization and agricultural modernization. As of the end of 2014, the Bank disbursed all the loans to the project.

  

 

The Bank committed RMB 3.3 billion in loans to the project to support river management, embankment reinforcement and wetlands protection. It strengthened flood control and drainage capacity of the Fen River and improved the local ecological environment. As of the end of 2014, RMB 1.5 billion had been disbursed.

  

In 2014, the Bank provided USD 1 billion in loans to Sinochem Corporation, supporting its global marketdevelopment efforts forinto new energy sources and in particular, its participation in the US exploration of alternative oil and gas sources. As of the end of 2014, USD 200 million had been disbursed.

  

This project is China's first demonstration project for indirect coal liquefaction supported by domestic intellectual property rights. Its completion will bring about an annual output of 160,000 tons of oil products, such as diesel and naphtha, which processing is vital to , realization of the clean use of coal. Ttotal investment of the project was RMB 2.908 billion, of which the Bank provided RMB 2 billion in loans, which had been fully disbursedas of the end of 2014.

This project plans to develop 25 km2 of beachside through estuary regulation and sea dike construction in order to enhance disaster prevention and resilience in the eastern areas of the city of Shantou. Meanwhile, it will provide new space for the city to promote economic development of the local and eastern Guangdong areas. Total investment of the project was RMB 16.166 billion and the Bank led a syndication of RMB 11 billion, of which the Bank provided RMB 7 billion. As of the end of 2014, RMB6.217 billion had been disbursed.

Upon completion of the project in 2014, the airport delivered an annual capacity of 12.53 million passenger equivalents, 80,000 tons of cargo and 110,000 takeoffs and landings, along with well-improved security to support the broader local transportation infrastructure. Total investment of the project was RMB 3.7 billion.The Bank contributed RMB 793 million to a syndication, of which it was lead arranger. All the loans had been disbursed as of the end of 2014.

Jinchuan Group is a major nonferrous metallurgical and chemical engineering conglomerate, the largest domestic Ni-Co producer base and the third largest copper producer. The Bank granted long-term credit lines of RMB 20.333 billion and USD 3.165 billion in total, boosting support for major engineering projects focused on domestic mineral resources, technical upgrades for processing nonferrous metal and supporting going global efforts in developing mineral resources.

 

The Bank led the syndication of USD 829 million and RMB 2 billion, to support Tsinghua Unigroup in its acquisition of Spreadtrum Communications, and develop communication chips with proprietary intellectual property rights, to assist the development of the integrated circuit industry in China. The Bank contributed USD 529 million to the syndication, which funds were totally disbursed by the end of 2014.

This project supported the restoration, expansion and comprehensive management of the Da Ming Lake area in Jinan, which improved the surrounding environment and promoted local ecologically focused construction and comprehensive service functionality of the city. The Bank provided RMB800 million in loans. As of the end of 2014, the Bank had disbursed all the loans.

The Bank provided financing support to GEM’s new materials company to build recycling operations for six sectors such as electronic waste, scrap cars and rare metals, which recycled one million tons of waste and contributed to savings of 560,000 barrels of oil and 600,000 tons of standard coal, and a reduction of 20,000 tons of carbon dioxide. The Bank provided RMB 1.238 billion in loans. As of the end of 2014, the Bank had disbursed RMB1.221 billion.

  

  

The relics of Daming Palace are an important feature of “the Silk Road, which is favored with a World Cultural Heritage listing. The Bank offered RMB 6 billion in loans to protect the relics of Daming Palace and rebuild surrounding distressed areas, support historical and cultural protection and exhibition, facilitate local economic development and improve the living conditions of the local population, and help Xi’an to build an international cultural exchange platform and develop its tourist industry. As of the end of 2014, all such loans had been fully disbursed.

This project would build a total floor area of 1.199 million m2 with a total investment of RMB 5.698 billion to provide homes for 13,000 households or 43,000 people. Leveraging the synergy between the parent company and subsidiaries, the Bank provided RMB 3.7 billion in aggregate funding as of the end of 2014, including RMB 1.6 billion in loans, RMB 500 million in mezzanine investment and underwrote corporate bonds amounting to RMB 1.6 billion.

This project would build a total floor area of 4.1377 million m2to provide improved homes for 53,000 households or 109,000 people, and the local low-income families would see their quality of life improved. Total investment of this project was RMB23.2 billion. The Bank provided loans of RMB1.712 billion, and had disbursed RMB 12.256 billion as of the end of 2014.

The Bank offered RMB 4.5 billion in loans and Kaiyuan City Development Fund invested RMB 1 billion to support the integrated urban-rural development and improve the lifestyle and living environment of local farmers in Lintong. This project resettled 1,440 households of about 4,500 people in total, provided skills training to over 3,000 people and enabled over 1,200 people to start a business or find paid employment. As of the end of 2014, the Bank had disbursed all of the loans.

The Bank innovated a collateral model to support the development of the bean paste industry in Pi County, with the chilli peppers in the pepper pool as collateral; a total of RMB 140 million was issued to 50 businesses, with market share up to 64%. The loans directly created over 1,000 jobs, and effectively promoted the county’s industries, including the plantation of related crops.

  

The Bank’s "95593" call center was established in 2012 in addition to emailing and chat groups via online social media app QQ to form an inquiry system. As of the end of 2014, a total of 470,000 inquiries on student loans had been answered, with the highest single-day volume of over 5,000 calls, providing a convenient service channel for financial aid and student loan application.

The Bank cumulatively disbursed RMB 5.905 billion in loans to 993,200 students under this program. This program covered all 11 prefecture-level cities and 107 counties in Shaanxi province.

This project, representing the largest overseas acquisition to date within China's metals and mining industry, leapfrogged the Minmetals consortium into one of the top 10 copper producers in the world. The transaction amounted to USD 7.005 billion and the syndicated loan for this project was USD 6.957 billion. As lead arranger, CDB committed USD 3.479 billion. As of the end of 2014, the Bank had disbursed USD 2.575 billion.

  

On completion, the power plant will largely help to cover the power supply shortage in Bali, Indonesia and reduce dependence on oil-fired or gas-fired electricity, enabling the local government to reduce subsidies. The Bank committed USD 473 million in lending and had disbursed USD 367 million as of the end of 2014.

The road is an important channel in building the economic corridor within north Zambia, and will shorten the transportation distance for the export of Zambia's copper products, agricultural products and other goods. It can reduce transportation costs, promote local economic development and create 1,200 jobs. Total investment in this project amounts to USD 206 million. The Bank committed USD 175 million in lending and had disbursed USD 64.67 million as of the end of 2014.

 

 

This project was jointly supported by the China-Africa Development (CAD) Fund and First Automobile Works (FAW) Group and marked a significant cooperation between China and South Africa in the area of manufacturing. USD 45 million was from the CAD Fund, accounting 45% of the total. The plant became operational in July 2014, with an annual production capacity of 5,000 trucks of 14 models, including medium-sized trucks, heavy trucks and extra-heavy trucks. The trucks will be sold in South Africa and neighboring countries, directly creating 750 jobs.

  

 

Once completed, the Guiyang-Guangzhou High-speed Railway will shorten the transport distance between Guiyang and Guangzhou by 740 km, saving approximately 16 hours in travel time. This will substantially improve the passenger capacity between the southwest region and the Pearl River Delta region, and significantly promote economic development in the southwest region. Total investment of the project was RMB 91.8 billion, of which the Bank provided RMB 30 billion in loans. As of the end of 2014, RMB 3.53 billion had been disbursed.

 

The Harbin-Dalian Passenger Dedicated Line is one of the nation's high-speed passenger lines and the main north-south passenger line of the northeast region. The Bank provided RMB 41 billion in loans for the project. As of the end of 2014, RMB 34 billion had been disbursed.

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