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Located in Wuli Town, Wuli Industrial Park has a planning area of 5.96 square kilometers. It is close to Provincial Highway 326, and is only 1...
Located in Wuli Town, Wuli Industrial Park has a planning area of 5.96 square kilometers. It is close to Provincial Highway 326, and is only 1 hour away from Qinzhou Port, Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area and Beihai Port. The industries that are expected to be settled in here are as follows: wood processing, new materials and building materials processing, agricultural and forestry products processing, etc.. At present, it is planned to build a circular economy industrial park with an area of 816 mu and an investment of 1.5 billion yuan, a solid waste resource processing center, a centralized heating center and a standard workshop, showing that the industrial park has complete supporting facilities for living and entrepreneurship.
Recently, Lu Dongliang, President of China-ASEAN Information Harbor Co., Ltd., went to China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park to discuss matters related to the construction of China-ASEAN Information Harbor. Gao Pu, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Qinzhou Municipal Committee and Executive Deputy Director of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee, introduced the development and construction of the park and presided over a symposium. The two sides have reached a consensus on jointly building the International Data Service Area, Data Industry Service Base, Talent Training Base, as well as Smart IoT Industrial Park in the China-ASEAN Information Harbor. Next, the two sides will further refine the matters concerning the cooperation and facilitate the implementation of projects as soon as possible.
During the visit, Lu Dongliang and his party went to the Exhibition Center and the Comprehensive Service Hall in the Qinzhou Port Area of China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone to learn about the construction and development of the Qinzhou Port Area, and inspected China-Malaysia International Science and Technology Park, Guangxi Keyi New Energy Co., Ltd., Kelly Digital Co., Ltd. and other industrial development platforms and enterprises in the park.
Recently, Malaysia’s Foreign Minister Saifuddin led a delegation to visit China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park to learn about the development and construction of the park and the international capacity cooperation. The two sides held an exchange meeting on the construction of "Two Countries, Twin Parks" to discuss how to further promote the cooperation on the "Two Countries, Twin Parks”.
During the visit, the rapid development of the park has left a deep impression on Saifuddin. He said that China attached great importance to the capacity cooperation of the "Two Countries, Twin Parks" and fully promoted the construction of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park. After returning to Malaysia, he would submit proposals concerning the building of sister cities between Qinzhou in China and Kuantan in Malaysia, and the settlement of traditional advantageous industries of Malaysia in the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park to relevant departments, so as to promote the interactive development of Qinzhou and Kuantan as well as the development and construction of the “Two Countries, Twin Parks”. The two sides, especially the "Two Cities" and "Twin Parks", are highly complementary in the fields of science & technology, education, culture, etc., so they can jointly explore opportunities for cooperation and promote the achievement of more cooperation results. He hoped that both sides would continue to improve the cooperation framework of "Two Countries, Twin Parks", give full play to the role of the Joint Cooperation Council (JCC) Meeting on Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park and China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park, and explore the establishment of a normalized communication mechanism, so as to carry out more frequent daily exchanges between the two sides and achieve win-win development.
Recently, Gao Pu, Deputy Secretary of the CPC Qinzhou Municipal Committee and Executive Deputy Director of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee, led a team to visit the Guangxi Branch of the Agricultural Development Bank of China and the Guangxi Branch of the China Development Bank, in order to push forward the cooperation in Party building, investment and financing between the park and the banks.
Specifically, in the Guangxi Branch of the China Development Bank, Gao Pu and the president of the bank, Mei Shiwen, held a discussion on the issues related to the cooperation. Gao introduced the overall development status, development concept and financing needs of the park. Mei introduced the strategic cooperation concept of package financing of the bank to the park. The two sides have reached a consensus on financial innovation and cooperation based on the concepts of “Cooperation, Investment and Sharing”. Next, the two sides will simultaneously set up a working group for investment and financing, put focus on key projects such as coordinated projects, coordinated cash flow and coordinated asset pools, and deepen the cooperation in financial business between the two sides.
Recently, Qinzhou Port Area of China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone was officially unveiled. On that day, Qinzhou Port Area of China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone was inaugurated in China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park, marking the official establishment and operation of Qinzhou Port Area including 16.05 square kilometers of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park, as well as the beginning of a new era of free trade.
It was learned that on the opening day, there were more than 200 companies in Qinzhou Port Area of China (Guangxi) Pilot Free Trade Zone that completed business registration, and 21 companies that signed investment agreements of 20 items in the ceremony. Among them, the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park Administrative Committee signed the production base cooperation agreement with Guangdong Feixiangda Technology Co., Ltd. with a total investment of 810 million yuan and an annual output of 50,000 sets of intelligent unmanned aerial vehicles, and signed the cooperation agreement of artificial intelligence robot project (phase I) with Huaxin Technology Co., Ltd. in the pilot free trade zone with an investment of about 90 million yuan. Jingu Investment Co., Ltd. of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park and Guangxi Nanyang Yanxing Food Co., Ltd. signed an agreement to process the imported raw bird’s nest of 500 tons/year in the bird’s nest processing and trading base.