Yangtze River Delta Industrial Cooperation Zone
The Yangtze River Delta (Huzhou) Industrial Cooperation Zone is inaugurated in Huzhou, East China's Zhejiang province on Jan 4. [Photo/WeChat account:huzhoufabu]
The Yangtze River Delta (Huzhou) Industrial Cooperation Zone was inaugurated in Huzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, on Jan 4.
Wang Gang, secretary of the CPC Huzhou municipal committee, and Hong Hupeng, acting mayor of the Huzhou municipal people's government, attended the plate-unveiling ceremony.
In November of last year, Zhejiang approved the establishment of the Yangtze River Delta (Huzhou) Industrial Cooperation Zone.
The zone will be the only industrial platform involving all parts of the Yangtze River Delta, a region encompassing Shanghai municipality and the provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui.
The industrial zone is composed of Baimaoling farm in Shanghai, the cities of Yixing and Liyang in Jiangsu province, the counties of Changxing and Anji in Zhejiang province and Guangde city and Langxi county in Anhui province, according to an overall plan unveiled for the zone.
Coordinated efforts will be made to facilitate environmental conservation, transportation interconnectivity, industrial cooperation and the sharing of public services in the industrial zone.
The zone is meant to become a manufacturing hub for modern equipment and new materials with global influence. It will tap into the development potential of cutting-edge sectors such as hydrogen energy, life and health and modern services.
It will also be the primary platform helping Huzhou integrate into the national strategy for he integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta.