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1.TIANZHU AIRPORT INDUSTRIAL PARK

Beijing Tianzhu Airport Industrial Park (TZAIP) is located 1 km from the Capital International Airport, which is China's largest airport. By June 2002, 179 enterprises have joined TZAIP and the total investment was US$1.55 billion. Fifteen companies of the 50 over Multination Corporations were among Fortune 500 companies.

http://www.chinabaiz.com

2. TIANZHU EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Beijing Tianzhu Export Processing Zone (TEPZ) was approved by the State Council in April 2000 to be one of the first 15 export processing zones in China. It remains the only State-level export processing zone in Beijing.

http://www.chinabaiz.com/ckjgq

3. ZHONGGUANCUN SCIENCE PARK

As one of China's most famous and developed state-level high-tech parks, Zhongguancun Science Park (ZSP) is located in Haidian district, northwest of Beijing.
During the past ten years, ZSP has maintained an average economic growth rate of 30% annually. The actually utilized foreign direct investment has accumulated to USD 3.26 billion. Many world top 500 companies have joined ZSP, among which more than 20 have set up research centers in the Park.

http://www.zgc.gov.cn

4. PEKING UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Established in 1992, Peking University Science Park (PKUSP) was authorized as a National University Science Park by Chinese Ministry of Education and Ministry of Science & Technology jointly in May 2001. Among China's 22 national university Science parks, PKUSP had the largest group of member enterprises and the largest Sales revenue. The member enterprises enjoy preferential policies of the country, of Beijing Municipality as well as of Zhongguancun Science Park.

http://www.pkusp.com.cn

5.TSINGHUA UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Tsinghua University Science Park (THUSP) has long been recognized as an important R & D base for the capital's high-tech industries by the Beijing municipal government. The development of THUSP started in 1993, and the start-up zone, the Entrepreneur Sector of THUSP, was opened in August 1998 to be a key base for the development of High-tech industries in Beijing.

http://www.tsinghua.edu.cn/docsn/kjy/ahead.htm

6. BEIJING SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT BASE

The development of Beijing Software Development Base is closely related to the Comprehensive advantages of Beijing in R& D strength, human resources, information And market. By the end of 2001, 723 software firms have joined in Beijing Software Development Base. The population of software professionals has reached 70,000.
The annual growth rate in output of those enterprises has been above 35% for Consecutive years.

http://www.bsw.gov.cn/rjjd/rjjd.jsp

7. CHONGQING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Chongqing Economic and Technological Development Zone (CQETDZ) was set up in the early1990s, and was approved by the State Council in April 1993 to be the first state-level economic and technological development zone in western in China. CQETDZ has developed a few key industries of electronics, information technologies, bio-pharmaceuticals, manufacturing of automobiles and motorcycles, fine chemicals, new materials, food and clothes.

http://www.cqetdz.gov.cn

8. CHONGQING HIGH-TECH PARK

Chongqing High-tech Park (CQHTP) is approved by the State Council in March 1991.
The industrial focus of CQHTP is on electronics, telecommunication, optical-electro-mechanical integration, bio-engineering, precise instruments and environmental technologies.

http://www.hnzcq.com.cn

9. CAOHEJING HIGH-TECH PARK

Caohejing High-tech Park (CHJHTP) is the only state-level development zone enjoying the preferential policies granted for both economic & technological development zones and high-tech parks.

http://www.e-caohejing.com

10.HONGQIAO ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Hongqiao Economic & Technological Development Zone (HQETDZ) established in 1983, is a new commercial and business area, which combines exhibition, office, residence, food & beverage amenities and shopping centers. At HQETDZ, there are several plots of land allocated to foreign consulates in Shanghai to build their premises.

http://www.schudc.com

11.MINHANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Minhang Economic and Technological Development established in 1983, was one of the first 14 development zones approved by the State Council in 1986. By the end of 2001, MHETDZ had attracted 154 projects, of which 28 were Fortune 500 corporations. Major industries include mechanical equipments, electronics, bio-engineering & pharmaceuticals and food & beverage.

http://www.smudc.com

12. SHANGHAI CHEMICAL INDUSTRIAL PARK

Shanghai Chemical industrial Park ranks the largest industrial project in Mainland China. It is located in Jinshan District in southern part of Shanghai Municipality. Major MNCs such as Bayer, BASF and British Petroleum have joined SCIP. According to the master development plan of Shanghai Municipality, SCIP will be one of the four key industrial bases of Shanghai.

http://www.scip.com.cn

13. SHANGHAI COMPREHENSIVE INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Shanghai Comprehensive Industrial Development Zone (SCIDZ) is one of Shanghai's nine municipal-level industrial zones. The major industries encouraged in SCIDZ are information technology, new materials, high-tech industries, green products, real estate and tertiary industries.

http://www.fengpu.com

14. JIADING INDUSTRIAL PARK

Jiading Industrial Park (JDIP) was established in 1992 and was upgraded to be a municipal-level industrial park in 1994. It is located in Jiading District in northwest Shanghai, bordering Kunshan and Taicang in Jiangsu province. In 1999, Jiading was listed as one of the best host cities by Taiwan Electrical Machinery and Electronic Association (TEEMA).

http://www.jdiz.com

15.QINGPU INDUSTRIAL PARK

With total development area of 16.16 sq km, Qingpu Industrial Park (QPIP) was established in 1995 as a municipal-level industrial park. It is located in Qingpu District in southwest Shanghai. The industries to be further promoted in the park are electronics, information technology, biomedicine, fine chemical engineering, new materials, precision instruments, green food and packaging.

http://www.greenin.com.cn

16.WAIGAOQIAO FREE TRADE ZONE

Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone (WGQFTZ) is China's earliest and biggest free trade zone. It was approved by the State Council in June, 1990 and now covers 10 sq km. By the end of 2001, 5,022 projects had been set up in the zone, and the total investment was USD6.56 billion.

http://www.waigaoqiao.gov.cn

17.ZHANGJIANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Zhangjiang High-tech Park (ZJHTP) is located in the central part of Pudong New District, Shanghai. It was approved by the State Council in July 1992 and will become one of the four great industrial bases of Shanghai. The development focus of ZJHTP includes information technologies, bio-engineering, medicine, and real estate.

http://www.china-zj.com/index.htm

18.SONGJIANG EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Shanghai Songjiang Export Processing Zone was officially established by the State Council on 27 April 2000. Key industries encouraged by SJEPZ include information technology, bio-pharmaceuticals, new building materials, fine chemicals and light machinery. Investors in the zone can enjoy special tax incentives. As services and institutions including customs, good inspection, commercial transactions, taxation, banking and foreign trade are readily available, investors can finish all export procedures within the zone.

http://www.sjepz.com

19.SHANGHAI SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

As a key element of Shanghai's IT industry, Shanghai Software Development Park was established in 1999. It now consists of 3 subsidiary parks, Pudong software Park, Fudan Software Park and SJTU Caohejing Software Park. The government support fund has reached USD484.5 million.

http://www.spsp.com.cn

20. SHANGHAI JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Shanghai Jiaotong University Science Park (SJTUSP) was set up in 1999 and was authorized the status of National University Science Park in May 2001. Now, SJTUSP mainly consists of four subsidiary zones, the Withub Zone, Zhangjiang Zone in Pudong, Mingu Zone and Xinhua Zone. Enterprises joining SJTUSP enjoy advantages of resources and opportunities offered by SJTU as well as of Shanghai itself.

http://www.kejichu.sjtu.edu.cn

21. TIANJIN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AREA

Tianjin Economic and Technological Development Area (TEDA) was one of the first development areas to be established in China by the State Council on 6 December 1984.

http://www.teda.gov.cn

22.TIANJIN PORT FREE TRADE ZONE

Tianjin Port Free Trade Zone (TJFTZ) was approved by the State Council in May 1991. It is the biggest free trade zone in North China and a main gateway to the sea for several administrative regions in North China and the Republic of Mongolia. The investment for infrastructure development was about RMB1.62 billion. Baotai Industrial Park is a key project of TJFTZ, it is a joint venture between TJFTZ and Tianjin Economic and Technological Development Zone. The Park is mainly devoted to the development of technology-intensive and energy-saving technologies and environmentally friendly projects.

http://www.tjftz.gov.cn

23. TIANJIN EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Tianjin Export Processing Zone (TJEPZ) is one of the export processing zones approved to set up on 27 April 2000 by the State Council. It is a closed special area under the custody of the customs. Characterized as "within the territory but out of tariff", TJEPZ is designed to host processing-oriented foreign companies while special policies and incentives are granted by the central government. TJEPZ enterprises have direct and easy access to a pool of engineering and managerial talent.

http://www.teda.gov.cn/myfzj/ckjgq/

24. TIANJIN HIGH-TECH PARK

Tianjin High-tech Park (TJHTP), also known as Wuqing High-tech Park, was approved by the State Council in 1991. The total planned area is 24.8sq km. The main investment fields include electronics, information technology, new materials especially new construction materials, bio-engineering, magnetic materials, bio-pharmaceutical and manufacturing of healthcare products.

http://www.tjuda.com

25. TIANJIN UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Located in Tianjin municipality, the Tianjin University Science Park (TJUSP) comprises the 40acre TJU Campus Zone, the 15-acre Campus Ring Zone and 30-acre Industrial Zone located at Tianjin Economic & Technological Development Area (TEDA). An important feature of TJUSP is its cooperative relationship with TEDA. The two sides formed TJUSP Science & Technologies Development Corporation to manage and promote TJUSP.

http://www.tusp.org

26. NANNING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Nanning Economic and Technological Development Zone (NNETDZ) was established in October 1992, and managed directly by the people Government of Nanning City. It was approved as a national ETDZ in May 2001.Key industries encouraged by NNETDZ include papermaking, bio-technology, chemical engineering and food processing. Investing in NNETDZ will be capitalizing on the regional advantage of Nanning City as the central point of the Greater Southwest marker-one-quarter of China's area and one-fifth of China's population.

http://www.neda.gxi.gov.cn

27.NANNING HIGH-TECH PARK

Nanning High-tech Park (NNHTP) is located in the suburban area of Nanning, the capital city of Guangxi Autonomous Region. Key industries of the park include biological engineering, pharmaceuticals, electronics, information technology, new materials and optical-electronic-mechanical integration technologies.

http://www.nnhitech.gov.cn

28. GUILIN HIGH-TECH PARK

Guilin High-tech Park is a state-level industrial park in Guilin city of Guangxi Autonomous Region, it is the first high-tech park in five Auto-nomous Region. The key industries are electronics, information technology, electronic-mechanical integration technology, bio-pharmaceuticals, new materials, environment protection technologies and office automation products.

http://www.guilin-ctp.net.cn

29.HOHHOT ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Hohhot Economic and Technological Development Zone in northwest China is located at the periphery of Hohhot city and was build in 1992. It was approved in 1995 by the Autonomous Region Government as a provincial-level development zone. In July the zone was upgraded to a state-level development zone by the State Council. Five key industries such as information technology, biological engineering, pharmaceuticals, new materials and fine chemicals are stressed in the Zone.

http://www.hetdz.com.cn

30.BAOTOU HIGH-TECH PARK

Baotou High-tech Park (BTHTP) is located in Baotou, which is a key industrial city of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. The total land area of the park is 49sq km. In the park, there is a university science park a science & technology zone and China's first incubation zone for rare earth enterprises. BTHTP focuses on industrial sectors like rare earth products, information technologies, metallurgical technologies, new materials, light industry and food processing.

http://www.rezone.gov.cn

31.YINCHUAN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Yinchuan Economic and Technological Development Zone (YCETDZ) was approved and established by the State Council in July 2001. YCETDZ is the only state-level economic and technological development zone in Ningxia Autonomous Region. It is a new economic region with high-tech economic and technological development zone in Ningxia Autonomous Region. It is a new economic region with high-tech enterprises and a base for the opening of Western China.

http://www.ycda.gov.cn

32.URUMQI ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Urumqi Economic and Technological Development Zone (UETDZ) was established in 1992 and the zone was officially approved by the State Council on 25 August 1994. Over 210 projects have been set up in UETDZ, and there are 65 foreign businesses currently operation in UETDZ. The contractual and utilized foreign investment was USD145.4 million and USD 68.8 million respectively.

http://www.urumqi.gov.cn

33.YINING BORDER ECONOMIC COOPERATION ZONE

Yining Border Economic Cooperation Zone was established in 1992, and it was authorized by the State Council as a national border zone. It is located in Yining City. The zone has attracted an investment commitment of over RMB110 million. Over 95 enterprises have been established in the zone, and most of them are engaged in export-oriented trade, textile, wine brewing, paper manufacturing, pharmaceuticals construction materials, forestry and tourism.

http://www.ycatv.com.cn/kfa/

34. URUMQI HIGH-TECH PARK

Urumqi High-tech Park was approved by the State Council in 1992 and is the only state-level high-tech park in Xinjiang Autonomous Region. The park is located in the urban area of Urumqi, the capital city of Xinjiang. Urumqi is the economic, commercial and cultural center and is an important city along the Second Asia-Europe Continental Bridge. More than 51 minorities live in the city, making it among the regions with the most minorities in China.

http://www.uctp.gov.cn

35. HEFEI ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Hefei Economics and Technological Development Area (HFETDZ) is a State-level development zone established in April 1993. By the end of 2000, there are 230 domestic and foreign enterprises, with total investment of RMB 14.14 billion. Major industries include electronics, equipment manufacturing, chemical engineering, and foodstuff.

http://www.hetac.com/eindex.html

36. WUHU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Wuhu Economic and Technological Development Zone was established and approved by the State Council in April 1993 and has carried our preferential policies similar to coastal development zones. By the end of 2001, 131 enterprises have joined the zone with gross investment commitment of RMB8.51 billion. Key industries are new construction material, automobiles and its components, electronics and electrical appliances.

http://www.weda.gov.cn

37. ANQING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Anqing Economic & Technological Development Zone (AQETDZ) was established in 1992. The zone is located in northern Anqing, and important industrial and commercial city in Anhui province. Enterprises are most welcomed especially in IT products, new materials, laser tech & products, optical-mechanical-electric integration, genetic engineering & products, new energy and environmental protection technologies & products.

http://www.china-anqing.org

38. MAANSHAN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Maanshan Economic & Technological Development Zone is located in south Maanshan city, Anhui province. The major industries that are mostly welcomed include infrastructure development, textile & clothing, automobile, machinery.

http://www.metd.gov.cn

39. TONGLING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Tongling Economic & Technological Development one is located in Tongling city, Anhui. Conveniently located beside Yangtze River, Tongling has easy access to Shanghai, Nanjing and Suzhou. It aims to develop into a high-tech and export oriented zone. The major industries that are mostly welcomed are copper products processing, chemicals, textile, garment processing, machinery, development of energy resources, urban infrastructure development and environmental protection technologies and equipment.

http://www.tetda.com

40. HEFEI HIGH-TECH PARK

Hefei High-tech Park is located in the southeast of Hefei, the capital city of Anhui Province. It was established in October 1990 and was approved by the State Council as a national high-tech park in March 1991. In 1997, it became a high-tech park opened for member nations of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation. The development focus of the park is bioengineering, information technology, optical-mechanical-electronic integration technologies and real estate.

http://www.hfnhz.com.cn

41. HEFEI UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Located in the southwest of Hefei, Hefei University Science Park is jointly developed by University of Science & Technology of China, Anhui University and Hegei University of Technology. In 2001, the park was awarded the status of National University Science Park. The university has established cooperation with major Chinese enterprises such as Daqing Petroleum Administration, Sino Petrochemicals, Baoshan steel, Legend and Hai'er. At the end of 2000, over 102 enterprises joined University Science Park; and their industries cover information, micro-electronics, software development, new materials and bioengineering.

http://www.hfusp.com

42. DONGSHAN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Dongshan Economic and Technological Development Zone (DSETDZ) established in January 1993 with the approval of the State Council. DSETDZ is planned to be a comprehensive development zone, having several functional areas for industry, residence and commerce.

http://www.detdz.com

43. FUQING RONGQIAO ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Fuqing Rongqiao Economic & Technological Development Zone was established in 1987 by the overseas Chinese of Fuqing, and was approved as a state-level development zone by the State Council on October 1992. Many international renowned enterprises have congregated at FRETDZ, such as Salim Group, Siemens, Samsung.

http://www.fqrq.doe2e.com

44. FUZHOU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Fuzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone (FZETDZ) was established in January 1985 with the approval from the State Council. FZETDZ is China's only open development zone that combines a stat-level development zone, a free trade zone, a Taiwanese investment zone and a high-tech park altogether.

http://www.fdz.com.cn

45. XIAMEN HAICANG TAIWAN INVESTMENT ZONE

In May 1989, as trade activities became more common between Mainland China and Taiwan, the State Council decided to set up a Taiwanese investment zone in the Xiamen Haicang areas. Haicang Taiwan Investment Zone was established with a planned area of 100 sq km as the largest Taiwanese investment zone in Mainland China.

http://www.haicang.com

46. FUZHOU FREE TRADE ZONE

Fuzhou Free Trade Zone was approved by the State Council in November 1992. The major supporting industries of the zone are warehousing, processing, shipping, packaging and real estate.

http://www.fzftz.gov.cn

47. XIAMEN XIANGYU FREE TRADE ZONE

Xiamen Xiangyu Free Trade Zone was approved by the State Council in October 1992. Xiamen FTZ has been encouraging international trade, trade with Taiwan, entrepot trade, bonded storage and export-oriented processing, as well as related business such as finance, insurance, commodities exhibition, wharf management, transportation and information service.

http://www.shinyco.com

48. XIAMEN HIGH-TECH PARK

Xiamen High-tech Park is located in the suburbs of Xiamen city, Fujian Province. It was established in December 1990 and was awarded the state-level status in March 1991. By July 2001, 26 of the Fortune 500 companies had established operations in Xiamen HTP, such as Dell, Panasonic, National, Fuji, ABB etc.

http://www.xmhtic.xm.fj.cn

49. FUZHOU HIGH-TECH PARK

Fuzhou High-tech Park is located in Fuzhou, and it is tightly integrated with Fuzhou Economic & Technological Development Zone, the Free Trade Zone and the Taiwan Investment Area, which are all located in the city. The development focus of Fuzhou HTP includes electronics, information technology, semiconductors, development of software products, biomedicine, bioengineering, chemical engineering, metallurgical machinery.

http://www.fdz.com.cn/fzkjq.asp

50. XIAMEN EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Xiamen Export Processing Zone (XMEPZ), the former Xiamen Xingling Export Processing Zone, was established with the approval of the State Council on 2000. XMEPZ encourages export-oriented high-tech industries such as IT, bio-pharmaceuticals, fine chemical engineering and precision machinery.

http://www.xmckjgq.com

51. FUZHOU SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Fuzhou Software Development Park is located in Fuzhou. With a total development area of 76.5 hectares, the park is demarcated into two areas, namely the 1.5-hectare Software Development Center and the 75-hectare Software Industrial Base. Now more than 2,500 professionals are working in the park, including more than 200 with doctoral degrees and master degrees in software engineering and relevant majors.

http://www.fzsoftwareare.com

52. DAYA BAY ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Daya Bay Economic & Technological Development Zone in Huizhou City was established by the State Council in May 1993. The zone is situated in the south of Huizhou, Guangdong province, and borders Shanwei in the east and Shenzhen in the west. The major industries encouraged are Petrochemical engineering, electronics and information technology.

http://www.gddayawan.gov.cn

53. GUANGZHOU DEVELOPMENT ZONES

Guangzhou Development Zones comprise of four state-level industrial parks: Guangzhou Economic and Technological Development District, Guangzhou High-tech industrial Development Zone, Guangzhou Free Trade Zone and Guangzhou Export processing Zone. The area is the only one in China that contains four kinds of industrial parks under a single administrative committee.

http://www.getdd.com.cn

54. NANSHA ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

On May 1993, the State Council approved the establishment of Guangzhou Nansha Economic and Technological Development Zone (NSETDZ). Presently, 206 foreign-invested enterprises have been established in Nansha ETDZ by investors from 18 countries and regions worldwide. Nansha is now playing an increasingly important role as a pivotal point to boost the economic development in the Pearl River Delta area.

http://www.nansha.gov.cn

55.HUIZHOU HUITAI INDUSTRIAL PARK

Huizhou Huitai Industrial Park is located at the southern part of Huizhou, Guangdong Province. By now more than 30 foreign enterprises have joined the park, they are engaged in industries such as information technology, electronics, mechanical-electronic integration, new materials, food and beverage production.

http://www.huitai.net

56.QINGYUAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT EXPERIMENTAL ZONE

Qingyuan Economic Development Experimental Zone is located at Qingyuan city, Guangdong province. Established in 1991, the initial start-up area of the industrial park is 4.9 sq km and the total planned area is around 9.6 sq km. By the end of 2001, 215 enterprises had established operations in the zone.

http://www.qyedta.com

57.SHANTOU FREE TRADE ZONE

Shantou Free Trade Zone is located in Dahao District of Shantou SEZ (SFTZ). It was approved by State Council in early January 1993, and has a planned area of 2.34 sq km. In December 1993, SFTZ passed the inspection by General Customs Administration and started hailing for foreign investment especially after 1996. Shantou enjoys unique locational advantage in regional transit transportation. It has a long history of foreign trade and is among China's first four Special Economic Zone.

http://www.stftz.gov.cn

58.SHENZHEN GRAND INDUSTRIAL ZONE

Shenzhen Grand Industrial Zone formerly known as Shenzhen Longgang Grand Industrial Zone, was established by the Shenzhen Municipal Government in July 1994. This large scale industrial area is intended to be the key industrial base for Shenzhen's future economic growth. Some special rules announced by the Municipal Government in December 2000 further showed the local authority's decision to expedite its development.

http://www.szgiz.gov.cn

59.SHENZHEN HIGH-TECH PARK

Shenzhen High-tech Park is located in western Shenzhen. It was awarded state-level status in September 1996. The development focus of the park includes electronics, information technology, bioengineering, new materials and optical mechanical-electronic integration technologies and products.

http://www.shipgoc.net

60. FOSHAN HIGH-TECH PARK

Foshan High-tech Park is located in Foshan City, Guangdong. It was approved by the State Council in December 1992. The development of the park is fast, especially in the areas of electronics, information technology, bioengineering, optical-electronic mechanical integration and new materials.

http://www.foshan.gov.cn

61.ZHONGSHAN TORCH HIGH-TECH PARK

Zhongshan High-tech Park (ZSHTP) is located in the eastern part of Zhongshan. It was awarded state-level status in 1991. ZSHTP has 8major industries, electronics, information technology, new energy, new materials, biopharmaceuticals, packaging and printing industry, electronic-mechanical integration and textile industry.

http://www.zstorch.gov.cn

62.HUIZHOU ZHONGKAI HIGH-TECH PARK

Huizhou Zhongkai High-tech Park (HZHTP) is located in southwestern area of Huizhou City, in the southeastern Guangdong. By the end of 2000, 87 enterprises, among which 15 are high-tech enterprises have joined HZHTP. HZHTP is under fast development these days, especially in the industries such as electronics, information technology, optical-mechanical-electronic integration technologies and products.

http://www.hzzk.org

63.ZHUHAI FREE TRADE ZONE

Zhuhai Free Trade Zone was approved by the State Council on 3 November 1996. It was put into operation only after 28 October 1999 when a customs branch was set up. There are 81 enterprises registered in ZFTZ, of which the investors come from the US, Germany, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao. It covers the industries of aviation, electronics, optical fiber, biopharmaceuticals, digital technology, audio equipment, packaging, furniture and warehousing and logistics.

http://www.zhfreetradezone.org

64. ZHUHAI HIGH-TECH PARK

Zhuhai High-tech Park (ZHHTP) is located in the western part of Zhuhai City. It was awarded state-level high-tech park status by the central government in March 1993.Unitil now, there about 2,600 Foreign-invested enterprises, including 20 Fortune Global 500 Corporation have invested in ZHHTP.

http://www.zhuhai-hitech.com

65. GUANGZHOU SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Guangzhou Software Development Park (GZSDP) was established in August 1999 as a software industry base under the State Torch Program. More than 629 enterprises have entered the park and started operation. Most of the member enterprises are specialized in software development and system integration with more than 16,000 employees.

http://www.thstp.com

66. SOUTH CHINA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE PARK

South China University of Technology Science Park (SCUTSP) is the only national university science park in South China. The total investment for infrastructure of SCUTSP will be around RMB300 million. According to the master plan, the industrial focus is on electronics, information technology, new materials, bioengineering, environmental protection and mechanical-optical-magnetic integration.

http://www.scut.edu.cn/scientific/

67. GUIYANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Guiyang Economic and Technological Development Zone (GYETDZ) was initially built in March 1993 and being authorized as a state-level Development Zone by the State Council in Feb 2002. There are more than 400 industrial enterprises in GYETDZ, among which 23 are medium to large state-owned enterprises and 25 are foreign-invested enterprises. Major industries including mechanical engineering, power mechanics, machine tools, airplane components, automobiles, motorcycle components are promoted in the zone.

http://www.geta.gov.cn

68. GUIYANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Guiyang High-tech Park (GYHTP) is located in the northeast part of Guiyang. It is a state-level park awarded by the State Council in October 1992. The major industries of the park include phosphorus chemical engineering, aluminum chemical engineering, mechanical engineering, measuring instrument, fine optical instruments and pharmaceuticals.

http://www.guz.cei.cn/kfc/home.htm

69. YANGPU ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Yangpu Economic Development Zone (YEDZ), a State-level Economic and Development Zone approved by the State Council, was established in March 1992 with land area of 31 sq km. YEDZ is located in Yangpu Peninsula in northwest Hainan Province, surrounded by the sea on three sides, with a 24 km long coastline. YEDZ enjoys the preferential policies of a special economic zone.

http://www.yangpu.hainan.gov.cn

70. HAIKOU FREE TRADE ZONE

Haikou Free Trade Zone was approved by the State Council in October 1992,with development area of 1.93 sq km. It has been encouraging export-oriented manufacturing, duty-free storage, international trade, commodities exhibition, financial and insurance.

http://www.hkftz.gov.cn

71. HAIKOU HIGH-TECH PARK

Haikou High-tech Park (HHTP) is located in Haikou, the provincial city of Hainan. It was awarded the status of state-level high-tech park by the State Council in 1992. According to the development plan of the park, the major industries to be promoted include electronics, bio-medicine, new materials, energy saving technology and products and advanced tropical agriculture.

http://www.haikou.gov.cn/hkarchive/hktz/

72. QINHUANGDAO ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
ZONE

Qinhuangdao Economic & Technological Development Zone was established in October 1984 with the approval of the State Council. It is demarcated into East and West districts, covering development area of 28.39 sq km. The industries to be promoted include metallurgy, machinery, electronics, light textile, refined chemical industry, building materials and garments.

http://www.qetdz.com.cn

73. TANGSHAN NEW & HIGH-TECH DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Initially established in 1992, Tangshan New & High-tech Development Zone (TSDZ) was upgraded to be a key provincial0level economic and technological development zone (ETDZ) cum high-tech park of Hebei in 1998. By the end of April 2001, 585 projects including 50 high-tech enterprises and 64 foreign companies had joined TSDZ.

http://www.tsdz.net

74.YANJIAO ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Established in 1992, Yanjiao Economic & Technological Development Zone consists of Yanjiao Biomedical Park. The Biomedical Park has attracted many companies in the medical industry, such as Jiexi Medicals Co. Ltd., Xiehe Medicals Co. Ltd., and Fangda Medicals Co. Ltd.

http://www.yjkfq.com

75. BAODING HIGH-TECH PARK

Baoding High-tech Park is located in Baoding city of Hebei Province. It gained the status of state-level high-tech park in September 1992. The development focus of the park is electronics, information technology, biological engineering, new materials, light industry, food industry, and optical electronic-mechanical integration technologies and products.

http://www.bd-ctp.net.cn

76. SHIJIAZHUANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Shijiazhuang High-tech Park is mainly composed of three subsidiary zones, namely East Zone, West Zone and Liancun Zone. The major development fields are production of automobile components, production of electronic instruments, hydraulic technologies, new materials, pharmaceutical, environment protection technologies and production of fine optical instruments.

http://www.shidz.com.cn

77. HARBIN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Harbin Economic and Technological Development Zone was established on June 1991 and was approved to be a State development zone in April 1993.At the end of 2001, there were 383 foreign invested enterprises with investors from 32 countries and regions. There are six key industries: automobile manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, electronics, business services and real estate development.

http://etdz.harbin.gov.cn

78. DAQING HIGH-TECH PARK

Daqing High-tech Park is located in the east of Daqing, a key industrial city of Heilongjiang Province. At the end of 2001, 726 enterprises had established operations in the park. The major investment fields are processing of petrochemical products, processing of agricultural products, construction materials pharmaceuticals, electronics, information technologies, mechanical engineering, new materials, electromechanical engineering and bioengineering.

http://www.dhp.gov.cn

79. HARBIN HIGH-TECH PARK

Harbin High-tech Park is located in Harbin, the capital city of Heilongjiang Province. By the end of 1996, over 964 enterprises had entered the Park, including 125 foreign invested ones. The main industries are electronics, optical electromechanical integration technologies, new materials, biological engineering and new energy.

http://www.hl-doftec.gov.cn

80.HARBIN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE PARK

Harbin Institute of Technology Science Park (HITSP) was given the status of National University Science Park in May 2001 by Chinese Ministry of Education and Ministry of Science & Technology. According to the master plan of HITSP, the member enterprises will be mainly engaged in industries such as computer science, electrical engineering, electronics, automation engineering and digital controlling instruments. In the near future, the park is planned to own seven zones and two districts with specific functions.

http://www.hit.edu.cn/gongdaxw/kejiyuan

81. ZHENGZHOU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Zhengzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone (ZZETDZ) was established on April 1993 with a total planned area of 12.49 sq km. Major foreign invested enterprises include LG-Philips, Pepsico, TNT, Jinwei and Tung Yee. Major industries in ZZETDZ include electronics, information technology, electric power equipment, printing & packaging and food processing.
http://www.zz-economy.gov.cn

82. ZHENGZHOU HIGH-TECH PARK

Zhengzhou High-tech Park (ZZHTP) is located in the northwestern suburbs of Zhengzhou, the provincial capital of Henan. It was authorized by the State Council as a State high-tech park in March 1991. The development focus of ZZHTP includes software engineering, information technology, ultra-hard materials and bio-pharmaceuticals.

http://www.zzgx.gov.cn

83. LUOYANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Luoyang High-tech Park (LYHTP) is located in Luoyang city of Henan province, it was authorized by the State Council as a State High-tech Park in 1992. The total development area of the park is around 30 sq km. LYHTP consists of Zhongya Commercial Area, Zhoushan Electronics Industrial Zone and Sanshan Technical Industrial Zone.

http://www.lhdz.gov.cn

84. ANYANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Anyang Economic & Technological Development Zone (AYETDZ) is located in the southeast part of Anyang city, Henan province. The key industries in AYETDZ include iron & steel, electronics, mechanical instruments, medicals, chemical engineering, and food.

http://www.anyang.gov.cn/bgxq

85. WUHAN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Wuhan Economic and Technological Development Zone (WHETDZ) was established in May 1991 and was approved as a state development zone in April 1993. Major industries in WEDZ include: automobiles & automotive components, bioengineering & new pharmaceuticals, electronics, mechanical-electronics integration, new materials and advanced agriculture.

http://www.wedz.com.cn

86. XIANGFAN HIGH-TECH PARK

Xiangfan High-tech Park is located in the northern part of Xiangfan, an important industries city in northwestern Hubei. It was approved by the State Council in November 1992. Key products in the park include the additive production base for lead-acid battery and the production base of computer chips.

http://www.xfhdz.org.cn

87.WUHAN EAST LAKE UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Wuhan East Lake University Science Park (WHUSP) is composed of several subsidiary parks attached to Wuhan University, Huazhong university of Science & Technology, Wuhan University of Technology, Central China Normal University, Wuhan Branch of CAS and Greatwall Science Park. According to the master plan of WHUSP, the major industries to be developed include optical-mechanical-electrical integration, optical storage, optical-electrical measurement instruments, and intelligent architecture system.

http://www.wusp.com.cn

88. CHANGSHA ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Changsha Economic and Technological Development Zone was established in August 1992. Major industries to be promoted in the zone include microelectronics, new materials, bioengineering, IT, communications and new energy.

http://www.chinafdi.gov.cn/hunan/english/kfq-e/xs-ehost.htm

89. CHANGSHA HIGH-TECH PARK

Changsha High-tech Park (CHTP) is located in the central area of Changsha, the capital city of Hunan. At the end of 2000, there were 616 high-tech enterprises in the park, over 200 being foreign-invested ones. The core industries in the park are electronics, information technologies, biological engineering, new materials, fine chemical engineering, advanced agriculture, optical-electronic-mechanical integration technologies and products and other advanced manufacturing technologies.

http://www.cshtz.gov.cn

90. ZHUZHOU HIGH-TECH PARK

Zhuzhou High-tech Park (ZHTP) is located at Zhuzhou, another important industrial city of Hunan Province. The development focus of the park is non-ferrous metallurgical industry, mechanical equipments, chemical engineering, electronic engineering, electronics, non-ferrous metal and construction materials.

http://www.zzhitech.com/zzj.asp

91. HUAIHUA ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Located in Huaihua, the most important industrial and commercial city in western Hunan, Huaihua Economic Development Zone is divided into Hutian Development Zone and Hexi New District. The major industries to be promoted include pharmaceuticals, new construction materials, food production, textile, timber processing, mechanical manufacturing, electronics, chemical engineering, commerce, logistics etc.

http://www.huaihua.gov.cn/second/zsyz/zsyz.asp

92. NINGXIANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Established in 1998, Ningxiang Economic and Technological Development Zone (NXETDZ) is located at Ningxiang Country, and administrative region of Changsha city. It encourages industries such as construction materials, mechanical manufacturing, chemical engineering, mineral production, food, clothing and so on.

http://www.nxgyy.com

93. HUNAN POWERISE SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

The Powerise Software Development Park plays an important role for the software industry of China. There are 31 key enterprises operating in the park, these enterprises mainly provide products and services in fields like system integration, software application and technological support for major enterprises and government agencies in many major other parts of China.

http://www.powerise.com.cn

94. CHINA-SINGAPORE SUZHOU INDUSTRIAL PARK

China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park (SIP) is a high-profile bilateral cooperative project between the Chinese and Singapore governments. Major industrial clusters in SIP include electric and electronics, pharmaceuticals and chemicals, precision engineering and new materials. SIP has also adopting as well as adapting Singapore's experience in economic development and public administration. The park has become one of the youngest yet most vigorous development zones in China. SIP is expected to become one of the most competitive industrial parks in China.

http://www.sipac.gov.cn

95.SUZHOU NEW DISTRICT

Suzhou New District (SND) is located in the western part of Suzhou, Jiangsu Province. SND is also one of the eight administrative districts of Suzhou City; it was approved as a state high-tech park in 1992. SND is designated as an industrial park open to Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) members in 1997. The major industries of the park are electronics, information technology, precision machinery and fine chemicals.

http://www.cs-snd.com.cn

96.LIANYUNGANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Approved by the State Council in 1984 as one of the state development zones, Lianyuangang Economic and Technological Development Zone (LYGETDZ) covers an area of 45 sq km, of which six sq km has been developed. Four major industries have been developed in the park namely medicine, textile, chemical industry and electronics.

http://www.lygetdz.gov.cn

97.KUNSHAN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Kunshan Economic and Technological Development Zone (KSETDZ) was established in 1985 and later approved as a state-level development zone in 1992. KSETDZ now features 3 key industries, namely electronics, precision engineering and fine chemicals.

http://www.ketd.gov.cn

98. NANJING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Nanjing Economic and Technological Development Zone (NJETDZ) was established on September 1992. It was approved as a State-level Development Zone by the State Council on 15 March 2002. More than 900 enterprises had joined the zone, among which foreign invested enterprises invested a total of USD1.02 BILLION WITH US$ 42 million utilized.

http://www.njxg.com

99.NANTONG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT AREA

Nantong Economic and Technological Development Zone (NTETDZ), one of the first 14 development zones in China, was approved by the state government on 19 December 1984. NTETDZ lies in the center of China's golden coastline and the north side of the Yangtze River Delta. NTETDZ is well recognized as the gateway to the Yangtze.

http://www.netda.com

100.CHANGZHOU NEW DISTRICT

Changzhou New District (CZND) is located in the north area of Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province. The core industries of CZND are motorcycles, electronics, computer components, plastic engineering, environment protection technology, bio-chemical pharmaceuticals and sanitary materials.
http://www.cznd.org.cn

101.NANJING HIGH-TECH PARK

Nanjing High-tech Park (NJHTP) is a state-level high-tech park in Nanjing. It was approved as a state-level high-tech park in March 1991.Over 1,000 enterprises have established in NJHTP, among which over 100 enterprises are foreign-invested enterprises. NJHTP focuses industries such as electronics, information technology, bioengineering, new materials, petrochemicals, software development and aviation technology.

http://www.njnhz.com.cn

102.WUXI NEW DISTRICT

Wuxi New District (WND) is located in the southeastern part of Wuxi city, Jiangsu province. As a high-tech industrial park, it gained state-level endorsement in 1992. Its development is mainly based on Wuxi High-tech Park and Wuxi Singapore Industrial Park. The major industries at WND include electronics, information technology, electromechanical engineering, bioengineering, new materials and fine chemical engineering.

http://www.wnd.gov.cn

103. ZHANGJIAGANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT
ZONE

Zhangjiagang Economic & Technological Development Zone (ZJGETDZ) is located at the center of Zhangjiagang city which is under the jurisdiction of Suzhou. By the end of 2000, around 200 projects including 31 foreign investment enterprises were established in the park.

http://www.zjgedz.com

104.TAICANG ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Taicang Economic Development Zone is located at the eastern part of Taicang City. By the end of 2001, with total investment of RMB10 billion, over 400 projects joined TCEDZ. Their industries cover precision instrument, biomedicine, electronics, information technology, food processing, real estate and tourism.

http://www.jstced.com

105.NANJING SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Nanjing Software Development Park (NJSDP) is planned to become the center of high-tech industries in Nanjing City as well as Jiangsu province. Around 66 software companies have joined the park and about 2,500 software professionals are working with these enterprises.

http://www.njnhz.com.cn/software/index-soft.htm

106.XUZHOU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

With total development area of 19.8 sq km, Xuzhou Economic & Technological Development Zone (XZETDZ) was established in 1992. By the end of 200, more than 1,000 enterprises had registered in XZETDZ, including over 200 from overseas.

http://www.xedz.com

107.TAIZHOU ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Taizhou Economic Development Zone (TZEDZ) was established in 1996. It is divided into three subsidiary parks, namely Riverside Industrial Park, High-tech Park and Chunlan Industrial Park. It has more than 20 affiliated companies, include overseas subsidiaries in the US, Italy, Japan, Singapore and Hong Kong.

http://www.tzdz.com

108.NANJING GULOU UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Nanjing Gulou University Science Park (NGUSP) is jointly initiated by Nanjing University (NJU) and the government of Gulou District of Najing. The development focus of NGUSP is in high-tech industries such as computer software, electronic information, pharmaceutical, fine chemical engineering, new materials mechanical-electronic integration, therapy and health care.

http://www.nju.edu.cn/njuc/service/chye/kejiyuan/index.htm

109.ZHANGJIAGANG FREE TRADE ZONE

Zhangjiagang Free trade Zone (ZJGFTZ) was established on 20 December 1992. It is the only inner waterway free trade zone in China. ZJGFTZ consists of Electro-mechanical Industrial Park, Knitting Industrial Park, Products Storage Area and Chemical Industrial Park.

http://www.zjgftz.gov.cn

110.NANCHANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Nanchang High-tech Park (NCHTP) gained state-level status in November 1992 and now is the only national high-tech park in the province. The park is aims to become an intellectual and ecological garden as well as environmentally friendly industrial zone.

http://www.nchdz.net

111.JINLU SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Jinlu Software development Park (JLSPP) has an area of 50 hectares, and the total investment commitment is about RMB280 million. An important feature of the software development park is that the administrative committee aims to develop it into an important garden-type software development base for Nanchang as well as for Jiangxi province.

http://www.jinlusoft.com

112. CHANGCHUN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Changchun Economic and Technological Development Zone (CCETDZ) was established in July 1992, and was approved as a state-level development zone in April 1993 by the State Council. There are five major industries in CCETDZ: automotive parts manufacturing, opto-electronics communications, deep processing agricultural products biopharmaceuticals and new construction materials.

http://www.cetdz.com.cn

113. JILIN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Jilin Economic & Technological Development Zone (JLETDZ) is located at the northwestern part of Jilin City. Industries welcomed by the JLETDZ are chemical engineering, metallurgical industry, chemical fiber, processing of agricultural products, food, bio- engineering, pharmaceuticals and healthcare products.

http://www.jeda.gov.cn

114. JINLIN HIGH-TECH PARK

Jilin High-tech Park (JLHTP) is located in Jilin City of Jilin province, the Pillar industries of the park include fine chemical engineering, new materials machinery and bio-pharmaceutical engineering.

http://www.jlhitech.com.cn

115.CHANGCHUN HIGH-TECH PARK

Changchun High-tech Park (CCHTP) is located in the southern suburban area of Changchun. The development of the park focuses on automobile engineering, new materials, bio-engineering, optical electromechanical integration technologies, electronics and information technology.

http://www.chida.gov.cn

116.HUNCHUN BORDER ECONOMIC COOPERATION ZONE

Hunchun Border Economic Cooperation Zone was authorized and established in 1992 by the State Council. It was one of the national border zones. The zone is mainly engaged in the development of export oriented processing trade, high-tech industry, textile, new construction materials, metal processing and food processing industry.

http://www.hcbecz.com

117.SHENYANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Founded in June 1988, Shenyang Economic and Technological Development Zone (SYETDZ) was designated as a State-level development zone in April 1993 by the State Council. Shenyang is the largest commercial and economic center and commodities distribution center in Northeast China.

http://www.sydz.gov.cn

118.YINGKOU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Yingkou Economic and Technological Development Zone (YKETDZ) was established in 1992. YKETDZ is located in the south of Yingkou City Liaoning Province. At present, foreign investors in the zone come from 24 countries and regions.

http://www.ykdz.gov.cn

119.DALIAN FREE TRADE ZONE

Dalian Free Trade Zone (DLFTZ) was approved by the Sate Council in May 1992. The development focus of the zone includes processing, storage and international trade. Inside the zone, there are petrochemical products market and e-business centers. DLFTZ has been growing fast, especially in export oriented processing industry, international trade, duty free storage, products exhibition and related services.

http://www.dlftz.gov.cn

120.DALIAN HIGH-TECH PARK

Dalian High-tech (DLHTP) is located in the southwest of Dalian city. It was authorized as a state-level high-tech park in March 1991. After five years development, 1,700 enterprises and 500 foreign enterprises has established subsidiaries in the Park. The total accumulated investment was over RMB 3 billion, of which contractual FDI was USD 290 million. Major industries encouraged in the park include electronics, new materials, bio-pharmaceuticals, energy saving and environment protection.

http://www.ddport.com

130. ANSHAN HIGH-TECH PARK

Anshan High-tech Park (ASHTP) is located in the eastern part of Anshan City. It was authorized as a state-level park in 1991. Major industries in the Park include electronics, information technology, optical electromechanical integration technologies and products, new materials and environment protection equipment.

http://www.asht-zone.gov.cn

131.SHENYANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Shenyang High-tech Park (SYHTP) is located in the southern part of Shenyang city. The main fields of foreign investment include electronics, information technology, bio-pharmaceuticals, new energy, new materials and software development.

http://www.sygx.gov.cn

132.NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

The idea of establishing Northeastern University Science Park (NEUSP) started in the late 1980s, and it was in 1992 that the core strategy of focusing on information technology and software development was confirmed. NEUSP now aims to be a leading national university science park, particularly in the fields of software development and information technology.

http://www.neu.edu.cn

133.DALIAN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Dalian Software Development Park (DLSDP) is part of the State-level Dalian High-tech Park, and it is located in southwest Dalian city, a major industrial and commercial center in Northeastern China. By now more than 70 companies have joined the park, and more than 2,000 software professionals are working in the park.

http://www.ddport.com/introduce/software/software.htm

134. DALIAN EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Dalian Export Processing Zone (DLEPZ) is one of the 15 Export Processing Zones approved by the State Council in April 2000. It is one of the three pilot Zones among the 15 and is the only EPZ in Northeast China. By the end of April of 2001, about 20 foreign investments had invested in DLEPZ with total investment of USD 135 million.

http://www.dlftz.gov.cn

135. XINING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Xining Economic and Technological Development Zone (XNETDZ) was established with the approval of the State Council on July 200 and is the only one of its kind in Qinghai province. XNETDZ will be focusing on four major industrial clusters. They include saline chemistry and petrochemical industry; Chinese and Tibetan herbs, food and biochemistry; environmental protection and high-tech industries; and logistics, finance, real estate, brokerage, and trading services.

http://www.xnkfq.com

136. XI'AN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICALDEVELOPMENT ZONE

Xi'an Economic and Technological Development Zone (XAETDZ) was established in October 1993 and was approved as a state-level development zone by the State Council in February 2000. By the end of 1999, 193 projects had entered Xi'an ETDZ with total investment of RMB11.55 billion and contracted foreign investment of USD 720 million.

http://www.xetdz.com.cn

137. XIANYANG ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Xianyang Economic & Technological Development Zone (XYETDZ) is located at xianyang, an important industrial and commercial city of Shanxi. The major industries are Electronics, information technology, pharmaceuticals, bio-technology and new materials.

http://www.xygxq.com

138. XI'AN HIGH-TECH PARK

Xi'an High-tech Park (XAHTP) was authorized as a national high-tech park in March 1991, and became a special high-tech park opening for APEC member nations.
By the end of 2001, over 4,100 enterprises had joined the Park, including 703 high-tech enterprises and 488 foreign enterprises.

http://www.dxz.com.cn

139. SHENFU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Shenfu Economic and Technological Development Zone is established in 1993. The major industries encouraged in the SFETDZ include electricity, coal chemical engineering, metallurgical industry, construction materials and high energy consumption industries. Their development will be integrated with the development of the abundant energy resources in the region.

http://www.sfkfq.com.cn

140. BAOJI HIGH-TECH PARK

Baoji High-tech Park (BHTP) is located in Baoji city, it was authorized as a state high-tech park in November 1992. The development focus of the park includes microelectronics, aviation technologies, life science, bioengineering and new materials.

http://www.bj-hightech.com

141. YANGLING AGRICULTURAL HIGH-TECH PARK

Yangling Agricultural High-tech Park (YLAHTP) is located at Yangling. It was authorized as a state-level high-tech park in 1997, and was the only such park specialized in agricultural R& D, which covers forestry and husbandry, and related experimental production.

http://www.ylagri.gov.cn

142. XI'AN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Located within the area of Xi'an High-tech Park, the Xi'an Software Development Park is divided into a 2.5 hectare Incubation Zone and a 12-hectare Industrial Zone. More than 400 software enterprises have joined the park, the major products of these companies are widely applied in fields like telecommunication, Internet, operating system, info security, database application etc.

http://www.xasoftpark.com

143. XI'AN JIAOTONG UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

The total planning area of Xi'an Jiaotong University Science Park is about 68 hectares. The development focus is information technology, biomedicine, new energy and environmental protection technologies.

http://www.xjtusp.com

144. NORTHWEST SCI-TECH UNIVERSITY OF AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY
SCIENCE PARK

The unique feature that distinguishes Northwest Science & Technological University of Agriculture and Forestry Science Park from other national university science parks is its specialization in agriculture and forestry. It enjoys preferential policies applied to China's state high-tech parks as well as university science park.

http://www.nwsuaf.edu.cn

145. NORTHWESTERN POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Jointly developed by Xi'an High-tech Park and Northwestern Polytechnic University, Northwestern Polytechnic University Science Park became one of China's 22 National University Science Parks in May 2001. In 2001, 19 enterprises joined the park. Their operations cover new materials, software development, biology, mechanics and electronics etc.

http://www.npustp.com

146. QINGDAO ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Qingdao Economic and Technological Development Zone (QDETDZ) also known as Qingdao Development Area, was established in October 1984. It was among the first group of state-level development zones. The major industries to be promoted in QDETDZ include consumer electronics, building materials, petrochemicals, machinery, pharmaceuticals and tourism.

http://www.bestinvest.org

147. WEIHAI ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Weihai Economic and Technological Development Zone (WETDZ) was established as a state-level development zone with the approval from the State Council in 1992. Major industries to be promoted in the park include automobiles, electronics, foodstuff, textiles, pharmaceuticals, chemical engineering, construction materials and machinery.

http://www.eweihai.net.cn

148. JINAN ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Jinan Economic and Technological Development Zone (JNETDZ) is located in Jinan, the provincial capital of Shandong province. Major industries encouraged in JNETDZ include new materials, microelectronics, information technology, communication, food, printing and entertainment facilities.
http://www.jnedz.gov.cn

149. YANTAI EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Yantai Export Processing Zone (YTEPZ) is one of China's first 15 export processing zones approved by the State Council on 27 April 2000. YTEPZ has attracted investors from countries and regions such as Japan, Korea, Singapore, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Sweden, the United States and Canada etc.
http://www.yantaiepz.gov.cn

150. JINAN HIGH-TECH PARK

Jinan High-tech Park (JNHTP) is located in the east park of Jinan city, it was authorized by the State Council as a state-level high-tech park in March 1991. JHTP focuses on high-tech industries such as electronics, information technology, biological engineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, new materials and software development.

http://www.jctp.gov.cn

151. QINGDAO HIGH-TECH PARK

Qingdao High-tech Park (QDHTP) was authorized by the State Council as a state-level high-tech park in 1992. QDHTP focus on consumer electronics, information technology, bioengineering, communication technology, new materials and other advanced technologies.
http://www.hi-tech.chinaqingdao.net

152. WEIHAI HIGH-TECH PARK

Weihai High-tech Park (WEHTP) is located in the west area of Weihai city. The development focus of WEHTP includes electronics, electrical engineering, new materials and biopharmaceuticals. WEHTP has been conferred the ISO14001 Certification in recognition of its performance in environment protection. It is the second Chinese high-tech park to be awarded such honor after Suzhou New District.

http://www.whtdz.com.cn

153. WEIFANG HIGH-TECH PARK

Weifang High-tech Park (WFHTP) is located in Weifang City. The core industries of WFHTP include nanometer technology, chemical engineering, new materials, electronics, information technology, real estate development and optical-electromechanical integration and products.

http://www.wfgx.gov.cn

154. ZIBO HIGH-TECH PARK

Zibo High-tech Park (ZBHTP) is located in the northern part of Zibo City. It was awarded the state-level status in November 1992. The main industries of the park include CAD/CAE/CAM technologies and products, software development, system integration technology, network equipment, microelectronics and semiconductors.

http://www.china-zibo.com

155. SHANDONG UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Shandong University Science Park (SDUSP), one of China's first 22 national university science parks, is located in Jinan. It comprises an Entrepreneurs Zone and an Industrial Zone. The major industries encouraged in SDUSP are optical-electric, electric and electrical engineering, new materials, biotechnology, new medicine, new energy, environmental protection technologies and information technology.

http://www.sdusp.sdu.edu.cn

156. TAIYUAN HIGH-TECH PARK

Taiyuan High-tech Park (TYHTP) is located in the south part of Taiyuan. It was the only high-tech zone in the province and was authorized the status of state-level high-tech park in 1992. Major industries to be promoted include electronics and information technologies, biological engineering, optical-electromechanical integration energy, energy-saving technologies and pharmaceuticals.

http://www.tyctp.com.cn

157. CHENGDU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Chengdu Economic and Technological Development Zone (CDETDZ) was established in July 1990 and was approved as Sichuan Province's only State-level development zone on February 2000. Major industries to be promoted in the zone include machinery, electronics, new construction materials, pharmaceuticals and food processing.

http://www.cdetdz.com

158. WESTERN SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Established in 1997, the development of Western Software Development Park (WSDP) has close relations with and also relies on Sichuan Top Group. Enterprises in WSDP mainly specialize in the development of professional application software, education software, entertainment software and office software.

http://www.westsoft.com.cn

159. CHENGDU HIGH-TECH PARK

Chengdu High-tech Park (CDHTP) is located in the southern part of Chengdu, the provincial capital of Sichuan. It was authorized as a state high-tech Park by the State Council in March 1991.CDHTP comprises the original Industrial Park, Processing and Trade Development Zone, Western Software Park, National Industrial Base for Chinese traditional Medicines and an Incubation Center.

http://www.cdgxq.gov.cn

160. CHENGDU EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Chengdu Export Processing Zone (CDEPZ) was established on 27 April 2000 with the approval of the State Council. It is one of the first batches of EPZs and the only State-level EPZ in Western China. Foreign invested enterprises in the zone are developing well, the major industries they focus on are optical recording equipment, aircraft parts.

http://www.scepz.gov.cn

161. UNIVERSITY OF ELECTRONIC SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SCIENCE
PARK

The total area of University of Electronic Science & Technology of China Science Park (UESTCSP) is 120 hectares, including the 50-hectare on-campus zone and the 70-hectare off-campus zone. By the end of 2000, about 50 high-tech enterprises had joined the park. Their products are related to information technologies such as microwave communication, e-banking, electronic materials, software, system integration automatic controlling, integrated circuits.

http://www.id.uestc.edu.cn

162. SICHUAN UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Sichuan University Science Park (SCUSP) is developed by Sichuan University and a few enterprise groups. The major industries Encouraged are Electronics information technology, biomedicine, environmental engineering, new materials, fine chemical engineering, software and internet security technologies.

http://www.scu.edu.cn

163. KUNMING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Kunming Economic and Technological Development Zone (KMETDZ) is a state-level zone established in 1992. It is the only such zone in Yunnan Province. The main industries of KMETDZ include optical electromechanical integration, biological pharmaceutical industry and tobacco related industry.

http://www.ketdz.gov.cn

164. KUNMING HIGH-TECH PARK

Kunming High-tech Park (KMHTP) is located in the northwest part of Kunming, it was authorized as state-level high-tech park by the State Council in 1992, and is the only state high-tech park in the province. The development focus includes biopharmaceuticals, electronics, new materials and environment technologies.

http://www.kmhnz.gov.cn

165. HEKOU BORDER ECONOMIC COOPERATION ZONE

Hekou Border Economic Cooperation Zone is a State-level Border (HKBECZ) Zone in Yunnan Province that was approved by the State Council in early 1990s. It is one of the three similar zones in the province where main border trade is Sino-Vietnam business.

http://www.hhzs.net

166. KUNMING SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT PARK

Kunming Software Development Park (KMSDP) was established in December 1998. Closely linked with most of the Yunnan's software enterprises and IT organizations, it is an important part of Kunming High-tech Park. The major products and services of enterprises in the park include research & development of application software, management information system, network engineering, system integration technologies, office automation, communication management and manufacturing automation process.

http://www.swp.khtz.gov.cn

167.HANGZHOU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Hangzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone (HETDZ) is a state-level ETDZ approved by the State Council in April 1993. HETDZ has been encouraging research and manufacturing in fields such as mobile communication, integrated circuits, information technology, multi-layer circuit board and home electronics.

http://www.hetz.gov.cn

168.NINGBO ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Ningbo Economic and Technological Development Zone (NBETDZ) is a state-level zone approved by the State Council in October 1984. The five supporting industries of the zone include petrochemical, steel, food, textiles and automotive manufacturing.

http://www.netd.com.cn

169.NINGBO DAXIE DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Ningbo Free Trade Zone (NFTZ) approved by the State Council in 1992, has grown to be one of the most developed area in the mainland of China. The major industries encouraged are Electronics and information, semiconductor and photoelectric industries, software development, precision machinery, distribution and logistics.

http://www.citic-daxie.com

170.WENZHOU ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Whenzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone (WZETDZ) was approved as a state-level ETDZ by the State Council in March 1992. It is the only ETDZ in the southern Zhejiang. The main supporting industries of WETDZ include textile and garment, leather products, bio-pharmaceuticals and environment protection technologies.

http://www.wetdz.gov.cn

171.JIAXING ECONOMIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT ZONE

Jiaxing Economic and Technological Development Zone (JXETDZ) is located in the northwestern part of Jiaxing, by the end of 2001, JXETDZ has attracted 188 industrial enterprises, including 93 foreign enterprise engaged in industries such as electronics, machinery, metal products, light industry, textile and chemicals.

http://www.jxedz.com

172.HANGZHOU HIGH-TECH PARK

Hangzhou High-tech Park (HZHTP) was started in March 1990 and was accorded state-level status in 1991. The park has been focusing on five major high-tech industries, namely micro-electronics, biopharmaceutical engineering, new materials, optical-electromechanical integration technologies and computer engineering.

http://www.hhtz.com

173.ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY SCIENCE PARK

Having been accorded the status of National University Science Park on 2 December 1999, the park includes some 100 ha core district and subsidiary parks in other cities, such as Ningbo, Jiaxing, Wenzhou and Shaoxin. By the end of 2001, there were more than 134 high-tech enterprises joined the park, and their industries cover gene engineering, micro-system, life sciences, hydraulic-pressure engineering, digital communication, pharmaceuticals, Chinese medicine research, new materials, software, medical technology, automation, investment management.

http://www.zju.edu.cn

174.HANGZHOU EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE

Hangzhou Export Processing Zone (HZEPZ) was approved by the State Council in April 2000. It is located within the area of Hangzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone and forms an important part in the ETDZ.

http://www.hetz.gov.cn

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