July 17 (Bloomberg) -- Agricultural projects that involve water conservancy measures and energy saving may see more government approvals in the second half of the year, China Securities Journal reported, citing unidentified people.
China is drafting a plan for the construction of demonstration projects to increase the efficiency of large-scale, water-saving irrigation in the five years through 2015, the report said, without saying where it got the information.
China may continue to speed reviews of infrastructure projects for electricity and hydropower as well as rail transport and airports, the report also said.
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