Recently, Liu Renshan, Standing Committee of the CPC Qinzhou Municipal Committee and Vice Mayor met with Azlimi, Malaysian Consul General in Nanning. Liu Renshan sincerely welcomed Azlimi's visit and briefly introduced the economic and social...
Since the beginning of this year, Qinzhou City has adhered to the industrial development idea of “Strengthening Industrial Leader, Supplementing Industry Chain and Gathering Cluster”, looking for industry from trade, finding a leader from o...
Qinzhou will strengthen the support for ports to simplify customs clearance procedures. In 2016, the financial support reached 68 million yuan...
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, Qinzhou’s petrochemical industry has good news frequently: in May, the petrochemical park ranked 23rd among the 676 professional petrochemical parks in the country in terms of the comprehensive strength; in January-June, the total industrial output value of the petrochemical industry enterprises above designated size was about 27 billion yuan, an increase of 89% compared with the same period of last year; the tax revenue was about 3.87 billion yuan, an increase of 47.1% compared with the same period of last year.
It is understood that since its establishment in February this year, the Qinzhou Municipal Petrochemical Industry Development Bureau has made great efforts to promote the development of the industry, made major breakthroughs in industrial investment attraction, and been increasingly prominent in the effect of industrial clusters.
Recently, Mo Fuwen, Deputy Director of Management Committee of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park, visited Wang Jianmin, Vice Minister of International Trade and Industry of Malaysia, with a research training group of collaborative innovation of industrial policy on “Two Countries, Twin Parks”, who was studying in Malaysia. The two sides discussed and exchanged views on promoting the development and cooperation of “Two Countries, Twin Parks”.
Wang Jianmin welcomed the arrival of the “Two Countries, Twin Parks” training group and fully affirmed the achievements of the fourth meeting of the Sino-Malaysian “Two Countries, Twin Parks” Joint Cooperation Council which was held earlier. He said that the Ministry of Trade and Industry of Malaysia would further play its role as the coordinating body of the Sino-Malaysian “Two Countries, Twin Parks” joint cooperation council and would fully support the development and construction of Sino-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park and the international capacity cooperation of the “Two Countries, Twin Parks”, so as to promote the cooperation to achieve new results.
As the China Railway Express (CR Express) with fully loaded container cargo slowly sails out of Qinzhou and heads for Europe, goods from Southeast Asia are also being transported into Qinzhou via the cold chain logistics system.
As one of the cities where land and sea meet as well as an important hub of the new land-sea corridor in the western China under the “Belt and Road” Initiative, Qinzhou is seizing the new historical opportunity to accelerate the construction of the infrastructure along the corridor, and form a new development pattern featuring wide opening, great corridor and big port. On the base of 13 new land-sea corridor projects promoted in the previous year, Qinzhou will select more 15 projects with respect to railways, ports, multimodal transport and take them as top priorities and strive to make breakthroughs, and for now, 3 projects have been completed and put into operation, 3 projects have been basically completed, 4 projects have been completed the preliminary work, and the other projects, including the Port and Route of 200,000-ton Containers, have been steadily advanced.
Recently, the joint interview activity of “Cross-strait Reporters’ Trip to Guangxi” for 2019, jointly organized by the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council and All-China Journalists Association, kicked off in Nanning. More than 30 editors and journalists from 28 media organizations from both sides of the Taiwan Straits and Hong Kong stepped into Qinzhou, focusing on the building of “Belt and Road” Initiative which Qinzhou has contributed to as well as its achievements in economic and social development.
On the same day, an interview team, which comprises Xinhua News Agency, People’s Daily, TVBS and other media, came to China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park, Container Terminal of Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area, Container Distribution Hub of Qinzhougangdong Railway Station and Guangxi Qinzhou Nixing Pottery Arts Co., Ltd., to conduct on-site shoot and interview, with an aim to comprehensively understand the development planning and industrial layout of China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park, the building of the new land-sea corridor in the western China under the “Belt and Road” Initiative, and the cultivation situation of characteristic industries of Qinzhou such as oyster, as well as the current development and unique craft of Nixing pottery in Qinzhou.