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New areas

State-level new areas
Simplified Chinese 国家级新区
Traditional Chinese 國家級新區
Alternative Chinese name
Simplified Chinese 国家级开放开发新区
Traditional Chinese 國家級開放開發新區

State-level new area is an economic development zone supported by the central government of China to oversee the development and construction of zone within the city. The state-level new areas are given special preferential policies and privileges directly approved by the State Council. These special preferential policies and privileges of the state-level new areas is to encourage and attract new developments to speed up the city's economy.[1]

List of the state-level new areas

Division Hanzi (S) & Pinyin Designated Area
(km²)
City
Pudong New Area 浦东新区; Pǔdōng Xīnqū 11 October 1993 1,210 Shanghai
Binhai New Area 滨海新区; Bīnhǎi Xīnqū 9 November 2009 2,270 Tianjin
Liangjiang New Area 两江新区; Liǎngjiāng Xīnqū 16 June 2010 1,205 Chongqing
Zhoushan Archipelago New Area 舟山群岛新区; Zhōushān Qúndǎo Xīnqū 8 July 2011 1,440 Zhoushan
Lanzhou New Area 兰州新区; Lánzhōu Xīnqū 20 August 2012 806 Lanzhou
Nansha New Area 南沙新区; Nánshā Xīnqū 19 September 2012 527 Guangzhou
Xixian New Area 西咸新区; Xīxián Xīnqū 6 January 2014 882 Xi'an & Xianyang
Guian New Area 贵安新区; Guìān Xīnqū 6 January 2014 1,795 Guiyang & Anshun
Xihaian New Area 西海岸新区; Xīhǎiàn Xīnqū 3 June 2014 2,096 Qingdao
Jinpu New Area 金普新区; Jīnpǔ Xīnqū 23 June 2014 2,299 Dalian
Tianfu New Area 天府新区; Tiānfǔ Xīnqū 2 October 2014 1,578 Chengdu, Meishan, & Ziyang

References

  1. ^ Liu, Qiang. "副省级新区建设风起:行政区划调整或将解冻?". 21世纪经济报道. 凤凰网. Retrieved 8 September 2012. 
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