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1965
China Merchants Chongqing Communications Technology Research and Design Co., Ltd. was established.

China Merchants Chongqing Communications Technology Research and Design Co., Ltd. was established.

1993
CMG and other shareholders signed an agreement with the Hong Kong government to invest in the Western Harbour Crossing (WHC) in Hong Kong, which means the investing business in highway bridges and tunnels began from then on. The total investment of the project is HK$3.9 billion and CMG accounts for 13% of the share. On December 18, Huajian Center was approved by the Ministry of Communications, and registered in the State Administration for Industry and Commerce.
CMG and other shareholders signed an agreement with the Hong Kong government to invest in the Western Harbour Crossing (WHC) in Hong Kong, which means the investing business in highway bridges and tunnels began from then on. The total investment of the project is HK$3.9 billion and CMG accounts for 13% of the share.
On December 18, Huajian Center was approved by the Ministry of Communications, and registered in the State Administration for Industry and Commerce.
1996
In April, CMG spent 408 million RMB to cooperate with Zhangzhou Highway Transportation Industry Corporation and Hong Kong Zhanglong Industrial Co., Ltd. in the Xiamen-Zhangzhou Expressway Project, the capital accounted for 40% of the shares, marking the CMG’s official entry into the toll road investment business.

In April, CMG spent 408 million RMB to cooperate with Zhangzhou Highway Transportation Industry Corporation and Hong Kong Zhanglong Industrial Co., Ltd. in the Xiamen-Zhangzhou Expressway Project, the capital accounted for 40% of the shares, marking the CMG’s official entry into the toll road investment business.

1997
After China Merchants International acquiring five domestic toll roads, CMG began to expand its toll road business. Huajian Center was entrusted to manage national shares of 10 toll road listed companies which was invested by the Central Goverment, such as Huabei Expressway and Anhui Expressway.

After China Merchants International acquiring five domestic toll roads, CMG began to expand its toll road business. Huajian Center was entrusted to manage national shares of 10 toll road listed companies which was invested by the Central Goverment, such as Huabei Expressway and Anhui Expressway.

1999
Approved by the former China Economic and Trade Commission and the Ministry of Finance, Huajian Center was integrated into CMG, making it became a wholly-owned subsidiary.

Approved by the former China Economic and Trade Commission and the Ministry of Finance, Huajian Center was integrated into CMG, making it became a wholly-owned subsidiary.

2000
On July 7, Chongqing Highway Scientific Research Institute of the Ministry of Communications was also transferred and integrated into CMG.

On July 7, Chongqing Highway Scientific Research Institute of the Ministry of Communications was also transferred and integrated into CMG.

2004
On December 30, China Merchants Asia Pacific , a company listed on SGX Mainboard, after acquiring five toll roads of China Merchants Holdings International Co., Ltd., became the largest toll road investment & operation company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.

On December 30, China Merchants Asia Pacific , a company listed on SGX Mainboard, after acquiring five toll roads of China Merchants Holdings International Co., Ltd., became the largest toll road investment & operation company listed on the Singapore Stock Exchange.

2008
Chongqing Communications Technology Research and Design Institute was renamed as “China Merchants Chongqing Communications Technology Research and Design Institute Co., Ltd.” ("CMCT”), transferring itself from a public institution to a modern enterprise.

Chongqing Communications Technology Research and Design Institute was renamed as “China Merchants Chongqing Communications Technology Research and Design Institute Co., Ltd.” ("CMCT”), transferring itself from a public institution to a modern enterprise.

2009
At the end of year, CMG regrouped its expressway companies, combined China Merchants Asia-Pacific Co., Ltd. (SGX) with Huajian Center.

At the end of year, CMG regrouped its expressway companies, combined China Merchants Asia-Pacific Co., Ltd. (SGX) with Huajian  Center.

2011
On June 20, Huajian Center completed the corporate restructuring and was officially renamed as “China Merchants Huajian Expressway Investment Co., Ltd.” with the approval of the State Administration for Industry and Commerce.

On June 20, Huajian Center completed the corporate restructuring and was officially renamed as “China Merchants Huajian Expressway Investment Co., Ltd.” with the approval of the State Administration for Industry and Commerce.

2016
Approval by China Administration for Industry and Commerce, with its overall restructuring, China Merchants Huajian Expressway Investment Co., Ltd. was renamed as China Merchants Expressway Network & Technology Co., Ltd., a joint stock company (unlisted).

Approval by China Administration for Industry and Commerce, with its overall restructuring, China Merchants Huajian Expressway Investment Co., Ltd. was renamed as China Merchants Expressway Network & Technology Co., Ltd., a joint stock company (unlisted).

2017
On December 25, CMET merged Huabei Expressway and achieved listing on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

On December 25, CMET merged Huabei Expressway and achieved  listing on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.