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Shenyang Hunhe National Economic Development Zone
source: Shenyang Municipal Bureau of Foreign Trade & Economic Cooperation  2018-11-29 14:35
Hunhe National Economic Development Zone, Shenyang city, Liaoning province [Photo provided to China Daily]
Changbai Island, in the Hunhe National Economic Development Zone [Photo provided to China Daily]

The Shenyang Hunhe National Economic Development Zone, established in 1992, is in the Changbai Island Economic Zone on the south bank of the Hunhe River and has a planned construction area of 34.16 square kilometers. It concentrates on the electronic information, fine machinery, and culture and technology integration, with high technical content, limited space, low resource consumption, and high added value, while developing its services in new financing, the media, and folk and cultural business in film production, advertising, and creativity.

The zone became a province-level economic development zone with Liaoning provincial government help in May 2006, and, since 2011, has completed work on 21 road projects with a total length of 15.6 kilometers, providing a complete road network. The new 110 hectares of green add a recreational park area. Work on a new consular area in the zone has begun on a 64.3-hectare piece of land, with 783.5 hectares for support facilities and industrial expansion. The area will hold consulates of the United States, Germany, and South Korea, with at least 25 others to follow, making it the third largest consular area in China.

The zone is looking for investors interested in emerging industries high technology and electronic information, services, and the media, as well as shopping centers, hypermarkets, and entertainment venues, over the next few years.

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