Central China province Hubei is planning to float some of its infrastructure developments on the Hong Kong stock exchange to raise funds for future development. Hubei vice-governor Zhang Hongxiang said possible listing targets under study by the provincial government included a toll road developer and power plant operator. 'We [Hubei province] are considering listing a toll road developer because of a number of grade one roads being built which already are producing income,' he said. Another option is Hubei Electricity Development Corp. Mr Zhang said the electricity company was strong with assets worth billions of yuan. 'The corporation is preparing to list on Hong Kong but it is still subject to the approval of China Securities Regulation Commission (CSRC),' he said. Apart from seeking a separate listing, Mr Zhang would not rule out the possibility of joining other potential listing candidates. Following a number of other local governments keen to list their commercial arms on the Hong Kong stock market, Mr Zhang said Hubei's Yi F Trading Co now was studying whether to list. Mr Zhang said the province was seeking foreign funds for a number of key infrastructure projects, including cross-Yangtze River bridges, toll-roads and power plants.