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Uprising national industrial parks in Pingshan

    2017-November-16  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

THE rising district of eastern Shenzhen, Pingshan District, is now home to three State-level industrial parks: the Shenzhen National Biological Industry Base, a new-energy automobile base and a national export and processing industrial zone.

The three industrial parks are all nestled in the comprehensive Pingshan National High-tech Development Zone, which covers an area of 51.6 square kilometers.

The high-tech sector is Pingshan’s pillar industry, representing 62.1 percent of its industrial output value. By September 2016, Pingshan had seen 117 high-tech companies settled in the area, with 107 of them rated as State high-tech enterprises.

Shenzhen is one of the many cities included in the first batches of three national bio-industry bases that were approved for construction by the National Development and Reform Commission in 2005. The core of the Shenzhen base is located in the northeastern corner of Pingshan and covers a planned area of 3.29 square kilometers.

At present, there have been over 24 biological enterprises established at the base with total investments of about 10 billion yuan (US$ 1.46 billion), including a World 500 enterprise (Sanofi-Pasteur) and six listed companies (Hepalink, Salubris Pharmaceuticals, Edan, Hybio Pharmaceutical, Accord Pharmaceutical and Welld), mainly reprensenting fields such as bio-pharmaceuticals, medical devices, traditional Chinese medicine and medicine logistics.

The new-energy automobile base is also located in the northeast of Pingshan, adjacent to the Daya Bay Development Zone and Huizhou.

The purpose of the base is to focus on the development of new-energy automobiles by manufacturing green energy-powered batteries for vehicles and providing favorable working conditions for carmakers, including technological and financial support.

Shenzhen Export Processing Zone is another industrial park in the high-tech development zone in Pingshan. Approved by the State Council in April 2000, the zone is supervised exclusively by Shenzhen Customs. By March 2005, the zone had attracted 45 projects from nations including the United States, Japan, France, Italy and Canada.

The Pingshan National High-tech Development Zone has set up a goal to finish the infrastructure by 2025, making it a key spot for supporting and driving the city’s economic development, especially when it comes to assisting Shenzhen in maintaining booming economic development in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Pingshan District lies to the east of central Shenzhen, covering an area of 166 square kilometers. By the end of 2016, the registered population of Pingshan reached to approximately 527,000, with the actual managing population exceeding 670,000.

By the first half of 2017, the district has achieved steady growth in four indexes, namely the district’s GDP (12.1 percent), value-added of industry above designated size (15.9 percent), investment in fixed assets (56.8 percent) and total retail sales of consumer goods (9.6 percent). (Zhang Qian)

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