The China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone aims to utilize Guangxi's close proximity to ASEAN states by building a new global land and sea trading channel, and establish an important gateway that connects the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road and the Silk Road Economic Belt.
Haikou National Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone, established in 1991, is the only national hi-tech industrial development zone in Hainan Province.
Jiangdong New Area, established in June 2018, is located on the east coast of Haikou.
Yangpu, where Hainan's modern industry is clustered, is one of the first batch of pilot bases of new industries, the demonstration trial park of National Recycling Transformation and one of China's First Green Industrial Parks.
On April 13, 2018, China's central government supports Hainan island in building a pilot free trade zone, and supports Hainan in gradually exploring and steadily advancing the construction of a free trade port.
Hefei National High-tech Industry Development Zone (Hefei high-tech zone) is one of the first national high-tech industrial zones ratified by the State Council in 1991. It is located in Hefei, capital of East China's Anhui province.
Chongqing Western Logistics Park, also called Chongqing Logistics City (CLC), is approved to be built by the municipal government at the 40th Mayor's Office Meeting in September 2007.
The China (Chongqing) Pilot Free Trade Zone (Chongqing FTZ or CFTZ) is a regional free trade zone set up by the Chinese government. It covers an area of 119.98 km², containing three parts -- Liangjiang New Area, Xiyong Area, and Guoyuangang Area.
The two zones are a demonstration zone for the service industry in Beijing, which was approved by the State Council in 2015, and a free trade zone, which was approved by the central government in September 2020.
Founded on Aug 31, 2016, China (Shaanxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone is the only pilot free trade zone in Northwest China.
Established on December 6, 1984 upon the approval of the State Council, the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (abbreviated as TEDA and transliterated as Taida) is one of China's earliest national-level development zones.
The China (Tianjin) Pilot Free Trade Zone was approved by the State Council in December 2014. On April 8, 2015, the State Council issued the Overall Plan for the China (Tianjin) Pilot Free Trade Zone, and on April 21, the Tianjin FTZ officially commenced operations as the second batch of free trade zones and the first one in northern China.
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