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Guizhou's open economy development celebrates intl success

chinadaily.com.cn| Updated: 2021-01-13 Print

Since the construction of an inland open economy pilot area in 2016, Southwest China's Guizhou province has explored the development of the open economy, contributing to the province's rapid growth.

Guizhou built four railways as part of the national plan to construct the New International Land-Sea Corridor, and the total length of the province's roads reached 207,000 kilometers.

Guizhou established innovation research centers in other countries and accelerated the construction of cross-border e-commerce pilot areas in Guiyang and Zunyi. It established libraries for construction projects, companies and products involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, which now has records for 242 companies, 170 projects and 87 products.

It has also established friendly relationships with more than 60 countries and regions, sold vegetables to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, cooperated with Guangdong province in major project construction and opened the Guiyang-Chongqing-Chengdu loop-line high-speed railway.

Centered on Guian New Area, Guizhou has constructed one new area and eight development zones as part of its national opening-up and innovation platform to attract investment and trade.

Guizhou also actively attended major international events and successfully held activities such as the Big Data Expo, Eco Forum Global and China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week, achieving increased attention and influence around the world.

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