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|▲ Gwangju City, Gyeonggi-do, announced on the 25th that it had secured 9.6 billion won by applying for public offerings from the central government, Gyeonggi-do and other organizations.|
|ⓒ Jeonghoon Park||
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The city of Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do, announced on the 25th that it had secured 9.6 billion won by applying for projects from the central government, Gyeonggi-do and other organizations.
The main contest projects are: ▲ 3 billion won for the construction of the Transcendence Sports and Culture Complex ▲ 3 billion won for the construction of a Gwangju-type local food complex ▲ 1.6 billion won for the 2023 new and renewable energy supply project ▲ 1 billion won for the Bandabi Sports Center construction project in Gwangju City 27 cases etc.
During the second half of last year, it secured KRW 7.1 billion.
As the public and provincial support method increases, the city is concentrating on securing national and provincial funds through public offering projects, such as legislative notice of the ‘Gwangju City Public Competition Project Management Ordinance Enactment’ for strategic operation and management of various public competition projects.
The city of Gwangju evaluated, “By selecting the national and provincial contest project, we have been able to lay the foundation for the construction of a sustainable self-sufficient city through the expansion of life-friendly infrastructure by providing a growth engine through external resources.”
Mayor Bang Se-hwan said, “To build a happy Gwangju, a city of hope, we put all our efforts into securing budgets for related organizations such as the National Assembly and the central government.” I will,” he said.