Guian bonded zone continues to make progress
Guian Free Trade Zone in Guian New Area, South China's Guizhou province has made significant progress since its establishment in January 2015.
Throughout its three years of development, the zone has not only attracted a number of technology giants but also nurtured several competitive native IT enterprises.
Focusing on the five pillar industries of electronic information, high-end equipment manufacturing, energy saving, biopharmaceuticals and modern services, the zone has attracted twelve global technology giants, including Qualcomm, Apple, Huawei, Tencent, Inspur and Tsinghua TusPark.
By taking advantage of big data and key IT products, the zone has managed to nurture a number of leading industrial enterprises in various sectors, such as 3D glass production, smart internet hardware, online games and integrated circuits.
The five-story Guian Import and Export Direct Sales Center, which has been in operation for more than a year, is a multifunctional department store providing online and offline services. It has become increasingly popular among consumers.
Guizhou – China "Digital-Silk-Road" Cross Border Data Hub Port Co, which was established on May 25, has received one million yuan ($156,206) for primary stage development.
The Tsinghua TusPark (Guian) has attracted more than 30 enterprises and has begun furnishing its office area.
The zone has always been dedicated to developing itself into a national big data industrial cluster, a pioneering demonstration zone for open economy in the Chinese mainland, a comprehensive testing ground for outward economy and a demonstration area for foreign trade processing within the province.