• Organization TypeGovernment
  • Founded1992

Fuzhou New Industries Zone Economic Development and Tech Innovation Bureau

Fuzhou High-tech Industrial Development Zone, formerly known as Fuzhou Jinchao Economic Development Zone, was established in August 1992 and renamed as Fuzhou High-tech Industrial Park in December 2012. It was officially upgraded to a national high-tech zone by the State Council in February 2015. It is a national intellectual property pilot demonstration park, a national youth entrepreneurship demonstration park, a national-level technology business incubator, a national startup incubation demonstration base, a national fine chemical high-tech industrialization base, a provincial-level bio-industry base, and a provincial-level auto parts industry base; The province's first batch of provincial-level development zones, eco-industrial parks and the province's first financial-supported real economy provincial demonstration zone. The high-tech zone has a jurisdiction area of ​​158.6 square kilometers, with Fuhe and Songhu Township in Linchuan District in the east, Shangdundu Town and Liancheng Township in Linchuan District in the west, Dongguan Town and Hebu Town in Linchuan District in the south, and Fuhe River in the north. , Xiaoqiao Town, Linchuan District. It governs 29 village (neighborhood) committees in one town and two streets. The national approved development area of ​​13.33 square kilometers in 2005, the provincial government approved the development area of ​​21.48 square kilometers in 2013, currently has a development area of ​​16 square kilometers and a population of 150,000. In 2015, the provincial government approved a development area of ​​21.9 square kilometers for the Gan-Fin Cooperation Demonstration Zone. As of the first half of 2017, the high-tech zone has settled more than 270 industrial enterprises of various types, including 156 enterprises above designated size, 24 high-tech enterprises, 4 listed companies (1 Shenzhen Stock Exchange, 2 “New Third Board”, “Q Version "1 household), more than 30,000 employees. Three leading industrial clusters have been formed, including biomedicine, automobiles and parts, and information technology. Among them: the automobile and parts industry group led by Jiangling chassis and Jiangling Light Automobile, a total of 54 companies have put into production; the biomedical industry group led by Boya Biopharmaceuticals, Zhenshiming Pharmaceuticals, and Huibi (Fuzhou) Pharmaceuticals, a total of 36 enterprises have been put into production; the information technology industry group led by Senco Industries, Dibike Co., Ltd., and Deyi Semiconductor has a total of 28 enterprises. In 2016, the high-tech zone realized main business income of 42.092 billion yuan, an increase of 14.7% year-on-year; completed value-added industries above 8.557 billion yuan, an increase of 10% year-on-year; completed financial revenue of 1.456 billion yuan, an increase of 15.4% year-on-year; industrial electricity consumption reached 260 million degrees, an increase of 11.45% year-on-year; the actual use of foreign capital was 100 million US dollars, an increase of 115% year-on-year; foreign trade exports were 290 million US dollars, an increase of 25% year-on-year.
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