China’s Special Economic Zones (New Areas & SEZs)

Special Economic Zones (SEZs) were created by the People’s Republic of China to attract and utilize foreign capital investments. SEZs are regions/cities that are granted special economic policies and flexible governmental measures that provide special tax incentives for foreign investment enterprises. SEZs are given more independence on international trade actions and economic activities are driven directly by market forces.

The map indicates the current New Areas and SEZs in red:
Binhai New Area
Pudong New Area
Xiamen (SEZ)
Shantou (SEZ)
Shenzhen (SEZ)
Zhuhai (SEZ)
Hainan (SEZ)

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