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Futian Free Trade Zone

Futian Free Trade Zone

Futian Free Trade Zone was established on May 28, 1991 upon approval by the State Council. On February 18, 1993; its insulating facilities were qualified by Customs General Administration. The free trade zone occupies 1.35 square kilometres, with 0.33 square kilometres allocated residential quarter.

Futian Free Trade Zone starts from Huanggang Port in the east, neighbors Guangzhou-Shenzhen Expressway in the north, is adjacent to Huanggang Subway Terminal (under construction), which is to connect with Hongkong Northwest Railway. Passageway No.1 directly links Hongkong and Futian Free Trade Zone via Lok Ma Chau Bridge. Hong Kong container trucks owned by the enterprises within the zone can come in or go out of the zone freely.

Approved private cars can enter the zone from Hong Kong. They are also allowed to drive within Shenzhen City. Beside, No.2 Channel and No.3 Bridge connecting the urban district have been put into use, and shuttle buses service are available.

Futian Free Trade Zone is ready for the occupancy of the investors with its complete public facilities, such as land leveling, road construction, water supply, electricity supply, post and telecommunications, drainage, etc. For the luxury residence, Baorui House, Langting Luxury Garden, Juya Garden and Jinglong Garden have been completed within the residential quarter.

Besides, there are also sufficient dormitories for workers. And banks, insurance companies, law firms and customs declaration firms in the zone provide the community with convenient business services.

Yantian Port Free Trade Zone

Yantian Port Free Trade Zone

Yantian Port Free Trade Zone was established on September 27, 1996 upon approval of the State Council. Its first phase of development area covers 0.85 square kilometer, The Zone is divided by Yantian Port Blvd. into two parts. The south part and the north part are to be linked by an insulating viaduct. The north part is about 0.68 square kilometer, where a mountain leveling and sea filling-up project is under way; The south part covers 0.17 square kilometer, Its insulating facilities were qualified by The Customs General Administration on January 8,1999.

Located in Yantian Port, Yantian Port Free Trade has built a specialized passageway for direct access to the quay operation area. As one of the four largest container terminals in China, Yantian Port has opened 46 international sea routes connected to Europe, Asia and Pacific Regions. In year 2001, the throughput of Yantian Port attained 2.75 million TEUs, and the number has been growing rapidly with an annual rate of about 50%.

Through 24KM Pinghu-Yantian railway, Yantian Port connects with Beijing-Guangzhou and Beijing-Kowloon railway arteries, and thus accessing everywhere all over the country through railway network.

Around Yantian Port Free Trade Zone are Yan-Ba Expressway, Huizhou-Yantian Expressway, and Yantian Port Blvd, Etc., Marine transportation, highways, and railways have together formed a convenient and fast communication network.

All kinds of public utilities in the South park of Yantian Port Free Trade Zone have been completed, such as land leveling, road construction, water supply, electricity supply, post communication, telecommunications, drainage, etc.

Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone

Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone

Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone was established on December 25, 1987 upon approval by Shenzhen Municipal Government, and was formally set up on May 28, 1991 upon approval by the State Council. It is the earliest free trade zone occupies on industrial land area of 0.27 square kilometer, with a residential land area of 0.15 square kilometer.

Shatoujiao Free Trade Zone is Located in Yantian district in the east of Shenzhen, it is 1 kilometer from the largest international container port in South China - Yantian Port in the east, 2 kilometers from Shatoujiao Port to Hong Kong in the south, connected with Shenzhen urban district via Wutongshan Tunnel in the west, and lies in beautiful Wutong Mountain in the north. Financial institutions such as the Bank of China, the Agricultural Bank of China, the Industrial & Commercial Bank have their branches in the zone. With a total building area of 200,000 square meters, the residential quarters can accommodate 30,000 employees.

The three free trade zones in Shenzhen have attracted a remarkable number of investors from 25 countries and regions all over the world, among which are a lot of world-renowned multinational enterprises.

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