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Aarkstore enterprise research report of chinese development zone industry, 2009


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Aarkstore announce a new report " research report of chinese development zone industry, 2009" through its vast collection of market research report.

Aarkstore announce a new report " research report of chinese development zone industry, 2009" through its vast collection of market research report.

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  • 1. Aarkstore Enterprise Research Report of Chinese Development Zone Industry,2009According to the different levels, the development zones in China can be divided into thestate, provincial and county level development zones. According to the differentpositioning and functions, the development zones can be divided into the economic-technological development area, hi-tech industrial development area, and exportprocessing zones, tariff-free zones and the border economic cooperative zones. In China,there are 1,568 various development zones above the provincial level, including 223state-level development zones and 1,345 provincial-level development zones.The economic-technological development zones, the constitution of the open areas inChina, refer to a small part area in the open cities, where are engaged in constructingperfect infrastructure and setting up the investment environment conforming to theinternational level through attracting foreign funds, forming the modern industrialstructure majored in the hi-tech industries and becoming the major areas for developingthe foreign trade of the cities and its nearby regions. In the early times, the economic-technological development zones highlighted the three mains, namely, majoring inintroducing the foreign capitals, setting up the industrial projects and processing exportproducts. After several-year development, the present positioning, targets and investmentsubjects have been diversity and no longer restrained from attracting the foreign funds.The regional different quantities of the development zones directly correspond to thespace distributions of the development zones. China has not balanced in the generaldistributions of the development zones, where has large gap between the coastal andinland areas as well as among the different provinces. Over 70% various leveldevelopment zones are concentrated in the national 30% areas as well as over 60% state-level development zones in less than 20% of national areas and 65% provincial-leveldevelopment zones in about 15% of national areas.It can be seen from the distribution characteristics of the development zones that Chinahas six large urban-intensive areas, including Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei, Yangtze RiverDelta, Zhujiang Delta, Shandong peninsula, west coast of the Taiwan Strait, the middleand south Liaoning, where are also the most intensive areas of the development zones.From 1984 to 1988, 14 state-level economic-technological development zones passedthrough the approval by the State Council of PRC and were set up in succession. From1984 to 2002, the State Council totally approved and set up 49 stale-level economic-technological development zones and 5 industrial gardens, which shared the policies forthe state-level economic-technological development zones, in which 37 were approvedbefore 2000 and lied in the east regions and 17 were newly approved after 2000 andcentered on the central and western regions.The various development zones play huge driving forces in the development of nationaleconomy. From the aspect of the state-level economic-technological development zones,49 state-level development zones and 5 industrial gardens sharing the policies for the
  • 2. state level development zones had totally finished 1.5313 trillion Yuan of the regionalGDP, 1.0972 trillion Yuan of the industrial added values (the industrial added valuesaccounting for 71.65% of the GDP), 248.1 billion Yuan of tax revenues, 205.1 billionUSD of the total export amounts, 180.4 billion USD of the import amounts and 19.5billion USD of actual uses of the foreign funds in 2008, rising by 20.61%, 19.26%,19.54%, 21.81%, 15.17%, 18.08% and 12.8% respectively over the same period of lastyear and the growth rate of the total regional output values were 11.61 percentage pointshigher than the national growth rate of the same period.For more information please contact : EnterpriseContact: NeelEmail: press@aarkstore.comURL: