Huangpu district will further contribute to the integrated high-quality development of Guangzhou and Qingyuan by pushing forward the construction of Guangzhou-Qingyuan, Guangzhou-Fogang and Guangzhou-Yingde industrial parks.
The Overall Plan for the Construction of the Guangzhou-Qingyuan Special Economic Cooperation Zone was recently released. It proposes that the industrial added-value of the cooperation zone is expected to reach 10 billion yuan ($1.55 billion) by 2025.
By 2035, the cooperation zone will gain interconnectivity with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, exemplify regional coordinated development, see its key industries move up to the medium and high-end of the value chain, and make remarkable achievements in innovative ecological construction.
An aerial shot of the Guangzhou-Qingyuan Special Economic Cooperation Zone.
The cooperation zone will feature a high concentration of innovation factors and high-end industrial development by 2050. Its public service and business environment will fit in well with the Greater Bay Area.
The Guangzhou-Qingyuan, Guangzhou-Fogang and Guangzhou-Yingde industrial parks in the cooperation zone have leapfrogged in development under the guidance of Huangpu. They are now home to 261 enterprises, which benefit from 37 years of industrial park operational experience in the Guangzhou Development District, especially in shared public services, and the facilitated cross-city processing of administrative affairs.
A new development pattern is taking shape in the three industrial parks with the inflow of investment to headquarters office buildings, sci-tech enterprises and schools that offer a nine-year compulsory education.
Forging ahead, Huangpu will assist with the well-rounded integrated development in transport, industry and business environment between Guangzhou and Qingyuan.