China (Fujian) Pilot Free Trade Zone

Fujian Pilot Free Trade Zone was approved to set up by the State Council in December 31, 2014. It started operation in April 21, 2015, as one of four pilot free trade zones in China (the remaining three are settled in Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangdong) . Covers an area of 118.04 square kilometers, including Fuzhou Area of 31.26 square kilometers, Xiamen Area of 43.78 square kilometers, and Pingtan Area of 43 square kilometers. Strategic positioning: Focuses on the strategy of considering cross-strait demand, serving the country, opening to the world, the free trade zone is expected to be built as a test bed for reform and innovation, a demonstration area to deepen cross-strait economic cooperation, and the core area of 21st Century Maritime Silk Road. Development goals: With three to five years of reform and exploration, we strive to build a free trade zone with complete investment and trade facilities, effective financial innovation, sound service system, efficient and convenient supervision, legal and standard environment.

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Brief of Three Areas

Brief of Three Areas

FuzhouFuzhou is the capital of Fujian Province, as well as the center of politics, economy, culture, science and technology and education. It is currently in the important period of strategic opportun...