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  • Hunan Provincial Top 5 Industrial Parks Announced

    [2019.10.21]

    A comprehensive development assessment for provincial and above level industrial parks and zones in 2018 was released on October 15, 2019. The top 5 of the provincial industrial parks and zones are: Changsha Yuhua Economic Development Zone; Yueyang Green Chemical Industrial Park; Ningxiang Hi-tech Zone; Loudi Hi-tech Zone; and, Yueyang Linxiang Hi-tech Zone.

  • Longping Biological Seed Industrial Park Project Inked

    [2019.09.26]

    The Longping Biological Seed Industrial Park project was contracted on September 24. This is Changsha’s another landmark project to speed up its building of a seed industrial “Silicon Valley”.

  • CNETDZ’s Business Environment Index Ranks First in Central China

    [2019.08.23]

    Changsha National Economic & Technical Development Zone (CNETDZ) ranked first in central China and eighth in the whole country in terms of business environment index, according to a report released by the 21st Century Economic Research Institute.

  • Cultural and Creative Exhibition Industrial Park to Locate in Liuyang

    [2019.08.22]

    The Changsha Exhibition Service Industry Association and the People’s Government of Puji Town, Liuyang City signed an agreement on August 20 to cooperate on the “Cultural and Creative Exhibition Industrial Park” project.

  • Hunan Panyun Data Center to Put into Use

    [2019.07.29]

    The photo above, taken on July 26, shows equipment installation and debugging at the Hunan Panyun Data Center have been completed. The center will be put into use at the end of the month. The center is located in Yuelu High-Tech Industrial Development Zone, Changsha City, with a total investment of 400 million CNY. It is the only data center in Hunan that has the Uptime Tier III Design certified.

  • Hunan’s First Stem Cell Science Park Opens

    [2019.07.02]

    Hunan’s first stem cell and regenerative medicine science park opened on June 30. The park is located in the Changsha National Economic & Technical Development Zone (CNETDZ), and covers a total area of more than 200 mu (about 13 ha.).