Beijing, November 4, 2020 / PRNewswire / – East China-based port city Zhangjiagang signed 61.5 billion contract Investment 68 newly signed projects for ongoing golden autumn economic and business Week.
During the event, the city kicked off the industry chain collaboration summit 31 October And announced to leverage four profitable industry chains of new metal materials, intelligent equipment, new chemical materials and high-end textile and new energy, digital economy, bio-pharmacy and high-end medical equipment, and four emerging industry chains of advanced semiconductors Increase the size of the industry and increase the competition.
To promote high-quality development of industry chains, Zhangjiagang released an industry chain key system to speed up its industrial planning, preferential Policy Support, project blueprinting and Investment Charm.
Pan Guokiang, head of the municipal party committee of Zhangjigang, said at the summit that the city would actively promote its innovation and integration of industry chains and create full-chain industries to form five industry clusters with each. 100 billion yuan With output and multiple industry clusters each 10 billion yuan Output to 2025.
Being listed among the best cities in Forbes China for business over the years, Zhangjiyang has more than 1,000 large enterprises and nearly 600 high-tech enterprises and has attracted more than 1,300 foreign-funded enterprises to invest in the city .
The city boasts more than 80 kilometers of coastlines along the Yangtze River and 135 dock berths, considered the largest port for international trade with the Yangtze River. Currently, it operates more than 20 international shipping lines and trades with more than 300 ports in more than 60 countries and regions around the world, with an annual throughput of 235 million tonnes.
As a traffic hub city, Zhangjiang is increasingly integrated with the “one-hour economic cycle of the Yangtze River Delta”, especially when the Shanghai-Suzu-Nantong Railway, a rail line running through the city, was operational in July. Two high-speed railways (HSR), namely the South HSR along the Yangtze River and the Nantong-Suzu-Jiaxing-Ningbo HSR, are also under construction or in progress.
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