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The Qinzhou Beibu Gulf Overseas Chinese Investment Zone is the second largest overseas Chinese community in Guangxi. Situated in the eastern part of Qinzhou City, it is located in the central area of Guangxi Beibu Gulf Economic Zone. Covering an area of about 140 square kilometers, the investment zone has unique advantages. It has convenient location and transportation -- 35 kilometers away from Qinzhou City, Qinzhou Port, Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area and China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park; the traffic is very convenient and there are two expressways; the climate is pleasant -- it belongs to the south subtropical monsoon climate with abundant rainfall, having the annual average temperature of 22°C, the annual average rainfall of 1,940.7mm, the annual average sunshine of 1,850 hours, the annual average relative humidity of 80.2%, and the vegetation coverage rate of about 85%, which are extremely suitable for the development of fruit cultivation; the land resources are abundant: the total area of the whole zone is 210,000 mus (139.94 square kilometers), and there is a concentrated state-owned land area of 116,878 mu for exploitation and development; human resources are unique: the investment zone has a total population of 17,000 people, of whom 5,735 are returned overseas Chinese from more than 20 countries in the world.
The industries that are mainly planned for development include modern characteristic agricultural cultivation industry, light industry such as deep processing of agricultural products, and health tourism industry.
On August 8, the Management Committee of the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park signed a project investment cooperation agreement with Guangxi Lvdu Tianyuan Circular Economy Industrial Development Co., Ltd., which marked the official establishment of the Huanjia Lvdu Circular Economy Industrial Park in China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park.
According to the cooperation agreement signed by the two parties, the project of Huanjia Lvdu Circular Economy Industrial Park will mainly build the Economic Base of Dalian Huanjia Group Headquarters, Lvdu Tianyuan Circular Economy Industrial Park and the technological university of eco-environmental and circular economy with international, scientific and environmental protection concepts. The total investment of this project is 15 billion yuan. After the completion of the project, the annual output value will reach 4 billion yuan and the annual tax revenue will be 500 million yuan. With unique location advantages, rapid development momentum and superior entrepreneurial environment, the park is an important platform for China and ASEAN's international capacity cooperation. Huanjia Group and QMIS Finance Group will give full play to their respective advantages, accelerate the progress of various construction projects, and build the project into a renewable resource industrial base facing China and affecting ASEAN, and jointly create a new circular economy pattern in the China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park.
Since this year, China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park had tightly seized the strategic opportunities of the “Belt & Road” Initiative and China-Singapore Connectivity Initiative - Southern Transport Corridor, focusing on business and investment attraction and project services, comprehensively promoting development of industrial park industry and city programs. With these efforts made, Qinzhou maintained a momentum of steady growth and realized rapid construction development.
According to statistics, China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park was estimated to attract an investment of fixed assets worth 2.4 billion yuan, an increase of 18.75% on a year-on-year basis; industries and enterprises maintained normal production and steady operation, with the total industrial output value estimated to reach 1.6 billion yuan, an increase of 8.33% on a year-on-year basis; the finance is operated in stable order and growth of income was increased fast, with the total financial revenue estimated to reach 60 million yuan, an increase of 15.38% on a year-on-year basis.
In the latter half of this year, China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park will continue to strengthen its efforts to attract business and investment, comprehensively promote project constructions, actively expand cooperation areas, and adopt stronger measures to enhance the infrastructure construction and economic development of the industrial park.
Recently, Executive Vice Mayor of Luzhou City, Sichuan Province Cao Junjie led a team to Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area for inspection, accompanied by Wang Xiongchang, Executive Deputy Director of Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area.
On that day, Wang Xiongchang introduced the Southern Transport Corridor Qinzhou Project for the “Belt & Road” Initiative, construction and investment attraction for industries of the zones, port-side industrial cluster development, and construction planning of Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area to the inspection team at the first-floor sand table exhibition hall and the International Container Terminal. The two sides conducted in-depth discussions in interconnection, commercial cooperation, etc, and established a consultation mechanism on the basis of the cooperation between the two cities. The Signing Ceremony for Cooperation Framework Agreement and Strategic Cooperation between Qinzhou City and Luzhou City was held. Both sides expressed desire to further deepen regional coordinated development and integration, complement each other’s advantages, and co-establish a new pattern of opening-up and development.
To understand fruit cultivation situation in Pahang, Malaysia, promote fruit import and export exchanges, and push cooperation between fruit industry of Lingshan County, Qinzhou City and enterprises of Pahang, Malaysia, head of Lingshan County, Liu Qin led an investment promotion team composed of leaders of Development and Reform Bureau, Supply and Marketing Cooperative as well as Fruit Bureau in Lingshan to Pahang, Malaysia to conduct investment promotion activities such as investment promotion and project docking of fruit industry.
During the visit, the Malaysian side held the opinion that Lingshan had various advantages and expressed willingness for trade cooperation. Lingshan enjoys obvious geographic advantage, and it is close to Qinzhou Port, which is of great convenience for Malaysian fruit to enter the Lingshan market, and vice versa. Durian cultivation is increasing in successive years in Malaysia, so new markets need to be explored to ensure income for durian famers. With a huge population base, Lingshan has large demand for fruit and high market potentials. What’s more, Lingshan has mature fruit processing lines, which can provide technological support for cooperation between the two sides.