China’s national coney and sand dunes for sale at auction
China is bidding to sell its largest national sand dune in a bid to reduce pollution and improve its water quality, with bids on the sand dike at auction set to start this week.
In an interview with Reuters, an official at the China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) said the company was considering selling off the dune, the country’s largest sand duke, to raise funds for its projects in the country.
The official, who did not want to be identified, said the bid was in line with CNPC’s “long-term plans” for the dunes.
The sand dikes are the largest dunes in China and the country is home to the world’s largest number of sand doves, the largest population of sandpipers in the world, and the world number one producer of sand and gravel.
China has spent billions of dollars to develop its dunes and sandbanks, including plans to construct the first national sand and sand banks in the entire world in the western region of the country, the most populous in the central and eastern regions.
In February, the Chinese government announced a plan to build an additional 2,000 miles of dunes by 2022.
The plans also include plans to build sandbanks and a sand canal that would connect the dikes to the sea.
The bid for the sanddune in Shanghai is the first bid to be announced since CNPC announced a bid on the duke in March.
The company said it would bid up to 100 million yuan ($16.1 million) for the land and another 1.7 million yuan for the water.
According to a statement released by CNPC, the bidding process will take place between March 28 and April 1.
The bidding will be done through the auction process, with the winning bidder receiving the land or water for the project, as well as the right to construct on the land.
In addition, CNPC said the bids would be submitted through a public bidding system, where anyone with a bid can submit their bid.
The bidding will last for 30 days.
The dunes were constructed in the late 1960s, with CNSC spending a total of 1.6 billion yuan ($230 million) on construction.
In addition to the dike, the company is building a canal and sandbank to connect the two dikes.
The company is also constructing the world-largest sand dome, which would house 2,400 workers at a total cost of 3.4 billion yuan, and is currently planning to build a total 30,000 workers to help with construction.
In 2012, the government announced plans to invest over 6 billion yuan in a major dredging project to clean up pollution in the city of Shanghai, which was the world most polluted city in 2013.