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Following the two-business development strategy, Pan-China Group integrates the three domestic business segments including investment and operation, planning and design and project construction in overseas market to form a resource-oriented national innovation and development model - an innovative strategic model for sustainable development of developing countries. The Group achieves the purpose of exchanging resources with urban construction by outputting national consulting, planning and design, project contracting, and investment and operation service. It has applied the "urban development and innovation model" to the development, construction and general contracting of overseas projects in developing countries including Angola, Tanzania, South Sudan, Namibia, etc., for which it has been honorably listed into ENR top 255 international contractors for consecutive three years.

The Group has completed the EPC project for new eco-city construction in DUNDO, Angola, the youth training center project in Namibia, the middle school project in Namibia, the stadium maintenance project in the Democratic Republic of Congo, and ECONET project in Burundi. Of them, the EPC project for new eco-city construction in DUNDO, Angola (Phase 1) had a total investment of about USD 4 billion and a total area of 4.14 km2. The Phase 1 project lasted for about five years from signing the contract on March 7, 2008 to full completion on September 1, 2013. The project covered urban planning and design, residential design and construction, design and construction of supporting municipal infrastructure projects, design and construction of urban infrastructure for public use, design and construction of urban ecological infrastructure, etc. in the region.

Fulfill the “One Belt and One Road” strategy of China, positively respond to the going-out strategy of Chinese enterprises, and output China's advanced experience in urbanization by undertaking projects in developing countries and underdeveloped regions.

Overseas engineering general contracting is the latest management model in international project management, mainly including engineering general contracting, project general contracting, BOT, BOOT and PFI models. Engineering general contracting refers to the contracting of projects throughout the process or at several stages from survey, design, procurement, construction to test run (completion acceptance), with full responsibility taken for project quality, safety, duration and cost. Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) / turnkey general contracting. EPC general contracting refers to the EPC enterprise undertaking project design, procurement, construction and test run service as per contracts; turnkey general contracting is the extension of EPC general contracting, aiming at handing over a project that meets the usage functions and possesses usage conditions to the owner. Design - build general contracting (D-B) refers to the engineering general contracting enterprise undertaking project design and construction as per contracts, with full responsibility taken for project quality, safety, duration and cost. Depending on the scale, type and owner requirements of projects, engineering general contracting may also take the form of engineering - procurement (E - P), procurement - construction (P-C), etc. Project contacting management refers to the owner entrusting a management contractor to manage and control project quality, safety, schedule, cost, contract, information, etc., mainly including PM contract and PMC contract.

On the basis of positively implementing the "going out" strategy of the state, integrating the mature experience in "Pan-China urban innovation and development model" and following the two-business development strategy of the Group as "investment operator" and "construction service provider", Pan-China Group carries out overseas output in the form of national consulting, planning and design, engineering general contracting, and investment and operation, etc. to help developing countries achieve sustainable development. Through constant practice and exploration, the Group has gradually established its core competitiveness overseas, that is, the cost leadership strategy. The cost leadership strategy of overseas development system focuses on business contracts in overseas project management and aims at reducing the overall control cost. Specifically, it integrates project resources, sets up a systematic control system, maximizes the use of mechanical operation, improves the contracting and distribution mode, and activates the fighting spirit of front-line workers and managers, so as to finally achieve the cost leadership strategy, set up a production system focusing on home office control and based on contract control, and establish the core overseas competitiveness with Pan-China characteristics.

The Group carries out research on the "going out" model innovation and sustainable development strategy of China, which has been popularized and practiced in developing countries like Angola, South Sudan and Namibia, with constant summarization and refinement. Based on the proposition above, the Group organizes international cooperation forums and learns from the development course of China's urbanization and reform & opening-up to provide top-level design for development countries and output urban solutions to industrial chain integration. Besides, by focusing on system consulting service and comprehensive investment, it actively participates in the regional strategic planning, urban system planning, industrial system cultivation, financial solutions, theme park development, infrastructure construction and other projects in developing countries.

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