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China’s Most Livable City

- An Open, Civilized, Harmonious and Happy New Fuzhou

Fuzhou, a Happy Land Blessed with Good Fortune Where People Live Happily.

 

Superb Geographic Position

Fuzhou lies in the Southeast China Subtropical Zone and at the mouth of the Min River, China’s seventh largest river, facing Taiwan to the east. The Min River and Wulong River flow through the city, resulting in enchanting landscapes, in a city nestled snugly between the mountains and the sea. Fuzhou is China’s only coastal city with the resources of sea, rivers and hot springs.

 

Administrative Divisions

Fuzhou comprises five districts and five counties and has jurisdiction over two county-level cities.

Districts: Gulou, Taijiang, Cangshan, Jin’an, and Mawei

Counties: Minhou, Lianjiang, Luoyuan, Minqing, and Yongtai

County-level Cities: Fuqing and Changle

Population

Fuzhou has approximately 7 million permanent residents.

Renowned Historical & Cultural City of China

Fuzhou boasts a history of more than 2,200 years. In 1986, Fuzhou was named a “renowned historical and cultural city of the nation” by the State Council, attesting to the city’s enduring history, profound cultural heritage and simple customs.

Fuzhou is the cradle of the Chinese Navy and the country’s shipbuilding industry.

Since ancient times, Fuzhou has been at the forefront of China’s opening-up drive and a leading port for international trade. The city was a major gateway to the “Maritime Silk Road” and one of the five “treaty ports.”

Fujian cuisine, with Fuzhou dishes as its outstanding representative, ranks among China’s top eight cuisines. “Buddha Jumping over the Wall”, Zhanggang Sea Clam and many other specialty dishes enjoy worldwide fame.

 

A City with Sound Ecological Environments

Fuzhou topped the rankings of the most livable cities in Mainland China which were published by the China Institute of Environmental Planning in 2010 at the Theme Forum of the Shanghai World Expo.

Honorary Titles Bestowed on Fuzhou:

National Civilized City

On December 20, 2011, Fuzhou was awarded with the honorary title of National Civilized City, which is deemed as the top honor for a city in general terms and an essential yardstick for the general strength and competitiveness of a city.

National Garden City

Fuzhou is home to the “Three Lanes and Seven Alleys”, a cluster of ancient residential buildings which rivals the traditional quadrangle dwellings in Beijing. As many as 111 streams flow through Fuzhou, giving the city one of China’s densest waterway networks.

National Model City for Environmental Protection

On 96.4% of the days in a year, the quality of the air in Fuzhou is rated as good or excellent. The city’s air quality is among the best in China. As the Min River is rated as Class II surface water, Fuzhou’s water quality is also among the best in China.

National Model City for Greening

Fuzhou boasts a forest coverage rate of 57.8% and a greening rate of 88.6%.

“China’s Capital of Hot Springs”

Fuzhou is the only city in China which holds high-quality hot spring resources in the urban area. It is the only prefecture-level city owning two “China’s Town of Hot Springs”.

A Highly Creative and Dynamic City

National Pilot City of Innovations

National Advanced City of Progress in Science and Technology

National Model City of Electronic Commerce

National Model City of Intellectual Property Protections

National Model City of Modern Logistics

Safest Provincial Capital City

Fuzhou boasts a public security satisfaction rate of over 95%, and has by and large fulfilled the goal of building a “peaceful city”. It’s one of the safest provincial capital cities in China.

National model city of army-civilian mutual supports

National advanced city of morality education work of minors

Ever-changing Urban Development

A model city for urban renewal in China; a riverside city expanding towards the sea; Fuzhou Metropolitan Region is under comprehensive construction.

 

China’s only emerging modern metropolis spanning two rivers

 

Home to Southeast China’s largest, and Asia’s second largest convention and exhibition center

 

Construction of a metro system underway

 

 

Fuzhou’s Top 10 Drawcards

“Three Lanes and Seven Alleys”, Mawei Naval Academy, Lin Zexu, “Three Mountains, Two Towers, and One River”, Gushan Mountain, Fujian Opera, Hot Springs, Shoushan Stones, Tanshi Mountain Ruins, and Qingyun Mountain

 

Highly Competitive Investment Environment

A “silver-medal city” named by the World Bank regarding investment environment

 

China’s Most Favorable Policy Environment

Fuzhou was among China’s first 14 seaport cities opened to the outside world.

 

The city is home to three national-level development zones, two national-level export processing zones, one bonded port area, one national-level science and technology park, one national port for finished automobiles import, and a number of provincial-level development zones.

 

Unrivalled Location Advantages

Fuzhou sits in the heart of the “golden triangle” formed by the Yangtze and Pearl River Deltas, China’s most economically dynamic regions, and Taiwan.

 

Unmatched Advantages in Trading with Taiwan

- The Closest China Mainland City to Taiwan

The Port of Fuzhou is just 100 sea miles from Taichung, 150 sea miles from Keelung, and 170 sea miles from Kaoshiung.

- The Most Convenient City for Cross-Strait Trade

There are plans to build an information management system to facilitate customs clearance between Mainland China and Taiwan. Customs authorities in the mainland and Taiwan will set up offices in each others’ cities and recognize each other’s trade documents. A pilot business matching program will be launched to promote free trade with Taiwan’s Keelung Port Area, and an experimental cross-strait free-trade zone reflecting the characteristics of the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone will be built. Efforts are being made to ensure that the planned National Office for "Place of Origin" Certification for Taiwan-oriented Commodities will be based in Fuzhou, and to establish Fuzhou as Mainland China’s center for trade with Taiwan.

- The Gateway to Taiwan

Fuzhou is one of the first cities to launch direct sea and air transport services across the Taiwan Straits, and its Post Office is the only general packaging, sealing and delivery facility for sea and land mail between the two sides of the Taiwan Straits.

 

Modern Transport Infrastructure in Rapid Development

Highly Developed Expressed Road Network

The Yangtze and Pearl River Deltas, China’s top two economic powerhouses, are within seven hours drive from Fuzhou by expressway. The Fuzhou segment of the Jian’ou-Minhou Expressway on the planned Beijing-Taipei Line is under construction. Fuzhou is crisscrossed by expressways with a total length of approximately 400 kilometers, and all other cities in the province are within four hours drive.

High-speed Rail Links—Emerging Southeastern Coastal Transport Hub

The Fuzhou-Xiamen and Wenzhou-Fuzhou High-speed Railways are in full operation now, and the Hefei-Fuzhou and Beijing-Fuzhou Express Railways and the Fuzhou segment of the Xiangtang-Putian Express Railway are about to open. Fuzhou is an emerging transport hub in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone, China’s southeastern coastal region, and the whole country.

Rare Undeveloped Deepwater Shoreline Resources in China

Fuzhou boasts two deepwater ports and has an undeveloped deepwater shoreline which is rarely seen in China and which can accommodate ships with a gross deadweight tonnage of up to 500,000 tons.

The Port of Jiangyin in Fuzhou can accommodate ships with a gross deadweight tonnage of up to 250,000 tons, ranking among China’s top ports and the world’s top 100 container ports. The Luoyuan Bay, facing Taiwan across the sea, is home to Mainland China’s largest and closest deepwater port to the Port of Keelung in Taiwan.

Fuzhou Port has opened 43 foreign trade ocean-going and near-sea container lines with a container throughput reaching 1.66 million TEUs. The city has shipping links to North America, Europe, Middle East, Southeast Asia, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao.

Modern International Airport

The Fuzhou Changle International Airport, a world-class modern airport, links to more than 50 destinations and has nearly 160 inbound and outbound flights a day.

Effective and Efficient Infrastructure

Nationally Advanced Telecommunication System

Fuzhou leads the nation in terms of telecommunication systems. The city employs cutting-edge network and information technologies and has built multiple public telecommunication networks using sophisticated technologies and linked to various countries around the world.

High-quality Freshwater Resources

Fuzhou enjoys rich freshwater resources. The Min River has the seventh largest flow and the best water quality among China’s major streams. The quality of drinking water in the city area is up to the highest standard of China.

A City Never Short of Power

Fuzhou is the center of electric power in Fujian Province and in China’s southeast coastal regions. The city is home to East China’s largest hydropower plant and three fossil fuel power plants. A nuclear power station is currently under construction in Fuqing, a part of Fuzhou.

Ample Human Resources

Fuzhou is a leading education center. As many as 69 academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering are from Fuzhou, the highest number among major Chinese cities, making the city a famous hometown of academicians.

The Western Taiwan Straits Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Sciences is based in Fuzhou, providing high-standard intellectual support for the city.

Fuzhou is home to more than 130 higher-learning institutions, vocational tertiary institutions, and secondary vocational and technical schools, including Fuzhou University. Each year, a significant number of graduates armed with degrees and diplomas join the workforce, providing high-quality human resources for enterprises operating in Fuzhou.

Continuously Improving Economic Structure

The ratio of Fuzhou’s primary, secondary and tertiary industries is 8.9:45.8:45.3. Its agriculture is developing on a track of industrialization, individualization and modernization and such special and advantageous industries as aquatic food, fruits & vegetables, edible fungi, tea, flowers and bamboos & woods have been established. Its industries are increasingly concentrated on its southern and northern wings and its key industrial clusters, including electronic information, metallurgy & construction materials, petroleum chemistry, biopharmacy, new materials and energy, have kept expanding. So far, three industrial clusters each with an industrial output of 100 billion Yuan, including machinery & equipment, textile & apparel and light industry & food, and four enterprises each with an industrial output of 10 billion Yuan, have come into being. Meanwhile, its service sectors, including trade & commerce, logistics, finance, tourism, cultural creativity and outsourcing service, are also developing on a fast track with highly dynamic urban and rural consumptions. Its independent innovation system is continuously improving with as many as 342 certified hi-tech enterprises and its R&D investments account for 1.81% of the total GDP, as against only 1.32% in the previous year.

Flourishing Modern Agriculture

 

Mild and Pleasant Climate

Fuzhou has a land area of 12,000 square kilometers, including mountainous areas of 6,700 square kilometers. The city has a mainland coastline of 920 kilometers, approximately one third of the province’s sum total. Lying off the coast of Fuzhou are 415 islands of varying sizes, and the city’s seawaters cover 10,600 square kilometers.

With a subtropical monsoon climate, Fuzhou has a mean annual temperature of 16 to 20 degrees centigrade, and a short winter and a long summer. Warm and humid, the city has 326 frost-free days a year and an average of 1,700 to 1,980 hours of sunshine annually.

Fuzhou has a mean annual amount of precipitation of 900 to 2,100 millimeters and a mean annual relative humidity of approximately 77%.

Accelerating Agricultural Industrialization

Fuzhou’s agricultural industrialization is speeding up. Aquaculture, animal husbandry, fruits and vegetables, edible fungi, and flowers are the top five specialty industries in the city’s agricultural sector. Made-in-Fuzhou jasmine tea enjoys a nationwide reputation for quality.

Fuzhou’s fishery industry accounts for more than half of the total output value of the city’s overall agriculture, and ranks first among China’s provincial capital cities in terms of per capita aquatic products. Fuzhou’s Lianjiang County is “China’s town of abalones” and the country’s second largest aquatic producer.

The city’s characteristic “eco-tourism” agriculture, comprising specialty agriculture, orchards and mountainous villages, have been growing by leaps and bounds.

 

Agricultural Produce Market System in Place

Fuzhou is home to 55 large and medium-sized wholesale markets for grains, aquatic products and forestry products. The wholesale market for aquatic products ranks the first among China’s top 100, distributing more than 690,000 tons of products a year. Fuzhou is also China’s largest aquatic product trading center and ocean fishery base, and is a leading platform for the cooperation and exchange of the fishery industries on both sides of the Taiwan Straits.

Cross-Strait (Fuzhou) Agricultural Cooperation Experimental Zone

Covering an area of 688 square kilometers, this zone is composed of the Fuqing Hongkuan Yuxi Integrated Agricultural Development Demonstration Zone, the Minhou High-tech Agriculture Demonstration Zone, and the Langqi Vegetable and Non-staple Food Production Demonstration Zone. The zone uses high-quality strains of seeds and technologies from Taiwan and focuses on the development of high-yield, premium and specialty agriculture.

Booming Advanced Manufacturing Base in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone

One of China’s 10 most competitive cities in terms of manufacturing capacity

 

The World’s Largest Monitors Manufacturing Base

Fuzhou is a national high-tech industrial base for the information technology industry and the world’s largest manufacturing base for LCD monitors and CRTs, accounting for one-fourth of the world’s total production. There are more than 300 electronic information enterprises in the city.

China’s Leading Automobile Manufacturing Base under Cross-strait Cooperation

Mitsubishi (Japan), Mercedes-Benz (Germany) and CMC Motor (Taiwan) have investments in Fuzhou. At present, there are three manufacturers of complete vehicles in Fuzhou – Southeast Motor, Daimler Automotive, and Fujian Haiyue Silver Special Vehicles. There are also a number of renowned manufacturers of auto parts and components, including Japan’s Hagiwara.

China’s Largest Stainless Steel Manufacturing Base

Fuzhou is home to various steelworks, notably Wuhang Stainless Steel and Xinhai Metallurgy, as well as many nonferrous metal companies, including Chinalco Ruimin, South Aluminum (China), and Desheng Nickel.

 

China’s Largest Automobile Glass Manufacturing and Exporting Base

Fuzhou is one of China’s first technological product innovation and exporting base. Fuzhou-based Fuyao Glass Industry Group is the world’s fourth largest manufacturer of automobile glass, boasting a 10% and more than 60% share of the global and domestic automobile glass markets, respectively.

Long-established Shipbuilding Industry

Fuzhou is home to 22 shipbuilders. China’s first modern shipyard, Mawei Shipyard, is based in Fuzhou. The city’s shipbuilding industry has a solid foundation and produces a comprehensive range of ships with distinctive features. The city is also China’s leading exporting base for auxiliary ships for marine engineering.

 

One of China’s Top Three Spinning Bases

Fuzhou is a major base for China’s textile industry, Fujian’s largest cotton spinning bases, and one of China’s top three mega spinning bases. The city accounts for 20% of China’s warp knitted fabric production.

 

Surging Mechanical Equipment Industry

Fuzhou is China’s largest producer of clocks. The city is committed to developing large-capacity power generating sets, special enameled wires, switchgears, numerical control machines, and packaging and textile machinery, as well as branded products with distinctive competitive strengths, proprietary intellectual property rights, and sophisticated technologies.

 

Competitive Plastic and Rubber Product Industry

Fuzhou is currently home to nearly 600 plastic and rubber enterprises, including 218 industrial enterprises above the designated scale. The city supplies 60% of the sizable inflatable PVC toys purchased in Europe and North America.

 

An Entrepreneurial Haven for High-tech Industries

Fuzhou has been named “an outstanding city of China regarding science and technology advancement” and “a pilot innovative city of China”. Many of the high-tech firms based in Fuzhou, including Star-Net, Rock Chips, Net Dragon, Fuzhou University Automation, and the Newland Group, are leading players in their respective industries. Fuzhou is pressing ahead with the construction of a high-tech industrial park for the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone, which will be devoted to development of electronic information, optical, mechanical and electronic integration, new materials, environmental protection, biotechnology, and other high-tech industries.

A Thriving Center of Modern Service Industry in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone

Fuzhou was ranked the 18th on Forbes’ list of the best commercial cities in Mainland China, the 13th on Forbes’ list of cities in Mainland China with the strong potential for logistics development, and the 6th on Forbes’ list of cities in Mainland China with the strong potential for tourism development. The city is one of China’s most popular tourist destinations.

 

The City in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone with the Most Dynamic Retail Industry

About 25 million people live in the area within two hours drive from Fuzhou, exceeding the population in the city center of Shanghai. Global retail giants Wal-Mart, Carrefour, Metro, Tesco, and B&Q have multiple outlets in Fuzhou.

One of the Cities with the Strongest Potential for Logistics

Fuzhou is a model city for modern logistics in China’s commodity distribution industry; the city is home to 12 Class 3A or higher logistics enterprises, and is poised to become the center for commerce and trade logistics in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone.

Rapidly Expanding Financial Services

Fuzhou is China’s most investment-worthy Financial Ecology City.Several foreign-funded banks, Taiwanese-funded financial institutions, and enterprises in the service industry such as Cisco, Oracle and KPMG have launched operations in Fuzhou. The city will be rapidly emerging as the center for financial services in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone.

 

A Distinctive Center for Nature and Cultural Tourism

Fuzhou ranks among China’s 20 most competitive cities for tourism. Offering hot spring tours, Min River tours and cultural tours, Fuzhou is rapidly emerging as the top tourist destination on the western coast of the Taiwan Straits. The “Three Lanes and Seven Alleys” in the downtown area is on China’s first list of top 10 heritage neighborhoods. They constitute China’s largest and best-preserved cluster of buildings from the Ming and Qing Dynasties and the largest concentration of former residences of prominent personages, dubbed a museum of Ming and Qing architecture.

 

The Most Dynamic Modern Information Service Industry

Fuzhou is set to become the information R&D center in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone. The city is committed to the development of the information service industry and e-commerce.

China’s Leading Animation and Software Industries

Fuzhou is a national experiment center for television and film animation, a national-level demonstration base for the cultural industry, and a national animation base. The city is currently home to more than 300 information service providers, and its financial POS industry ranks first in China.

 

Service Outsourcing Industry with a Solid Foundation

A Taiwan-oriented service outsourcing industry has taken hold in Fuzhou, and there are 122 Taiwan-funded enterprises engaged in the outsourcing of information and software development services. Fuzhou is committed to speeding up the growth of service outsourcing, becoming a demonstration city for Taiwan-oriented service outsourcing, and expanding software development, system applications, and business process outsourcing. Fujian Service Outsourcing College, based in Fuzhou, can provide Fuzhou with a large number of high-caliber service outsourcing professionals.

 

Leading Cultural Creative Industry in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone

Fuzhou will make strong efforts to develop its creative animation industry. The Provisions on Accelerating the Development of the Cultural Creative Industry in Fuzhou envisions the development of the cultural creative industry into a backbone industry for Fuzhou as a provincial capital and the central city of the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone. Fuzhou will set out to build a cluster of cultural creative businesses with distinctive features, strong capacity for innovation, a large pool of professionals, a significant number of renowned brands, and efficient public services. The city is expected to become a center of the cultural creative industry that spearheads the development of the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone and has stimulatory effects on the whole country.

Building Fuzhou into a Central Provincial Capital City of the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone

In May 2009, the State Council released The Several Provisions on Supporting Fujian Province’s Accelerating Development of the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone, elevating the zone’s development to the status of a national strategy, opening up unprecedented opportunities for Fuzhou.

Fuzhou’s Development Targets

 

- The main tasks of the new municipal government in the next five years: firstly, fully accomplish the development goals of the “Twelfth Five-year Plan” and strive to double the GDP of 2011, catch up with and even exceed the per capita GDP level in East China and double local fiscal revenues; secondly, carefully implement the Development Plan of Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone, facilitate the development of Fuzhou Metropolitan Region and enable Fuzhou to play a leading role as a capital city of Fujian Province; thirdly, try to build Fuzhou into a well-off society for all citizens.

- Fuzhou’s GDP will exceed RMB 1 trillion by 2020, and per capita GDP by 2014 will double the amount in 2000; the goal of building a well-off society will be achieved in Fuzhou six years before the country does and three years before the province does. Clusters of industries, cities and ports will grow and expand, and their comprehensive strengths will be boosted; the economic integration of Fuzhou and Taiwan will increase, and a new pattern of common development across the Taiwan Straits will largely take shape; a new headway will be made in the efforts to build a resources-conserving, environmentally-friendly, and innovative city; the ecological environment will be further optimized, and a highly livable city will be in place.

 

Taiwan-related Policies Granted by the Central Government

 

Greater Flexibility and Openness and Pioneering Role

Within the framework of comprehensive economic cooperation across the Taiwan Straits and in line with the requirements for building a pioneering zone for the exchange and cooperation of people on both sides of the Taiwan Straits, Fuzhou can adopt more flexible and open policies, take the initiative and conduct experiments in Taiwan-related economical cooperation and trade, shipping, tourism, postal service, culture, and education, so that more experiences can be gained.

Supporting the Expansion of Cross-Strait Economic and Trade Cooperation

In line with the principle of giving preference to Taiwan investors when all other conditions are equal and easing the requirements, Fuzhou is encouraged to host outgoing Taiwan industrial enterprise. Taiwan investment projects which are not prohibited by the State and which do not involve national security may be based in the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone. And the process of review and approval for Taiwan investment projects will be expedited.

The Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone may take initiatives and launch trial operations in the promotion of cross-strait trade and investment facility and in connection with access to Taiwan’s service market. The amount of land supplied for cooperation projects with Taiwan may be increased as appropriate.

Taiwan-oriented agricultural export processing bases and Taiwan agricultural technology and new product promotion centers may be set up and the number of entrepreneurial parks for Taiwan farmers may be increased.

Launching Pilot Programs for Cross-Strait Regional Cooperation

 

The Central Government will actively facilitate the establishment of joint regulatory mechanism for the financial industry on both sides of the Taiwan Straits. During the process of review and approval, preference will be given to Taiwan-funded banks, insurance companies, securities firms and other financial institutions which plan to establish branches in Fujian or acquire a stake in Fujian-based financial enterprises. Plans to set up cross-strait joint-venture investment funds will be supported. Exchange of currencies of Mainland China and Taiwan will be allowed in more cities, and a cross-strait monetary settlement mechanism will be built step by step.

Supporting Cross-Strait Exchange and Interaction

More coastal ports in Fujian will be permitted in due course to provide direct cargo shipping service to Taiwan. And more direct flight routes and services will be provided.

Support will be given for Fujian to tap into Taiwan’s tourism market, and more ports in Fujian will be opened in due course to mainland visitors bound for Taiwan.

Support will be given for Fujian to introduce trial management measures to facilitate the flow of visitors across the Taiwan Straits, including the issuance of travel permits for mainland-bound Taiwan visitors and Taiwan-bound mainland visitors. And Fujian’s role as a major venue for the discussion of cross-strait affairs will be expanded.

Supporting the Establishment of Platforms and Carriers

A cross-strait cultural industry park has been set up, and a number of bases for Taiwan-oriented cultural exchange and cooperation will be established.

Speeding up the Development of the Modern Service Industry

Fuzhou will actively host outgoing enterprises from Taiwan’s modern service industry, and logistics junctions and a number of modern logistics centers will be built in Fuzhou by taking advantage the city’s status as a regional central city, a cluster of industries, a goods distribution venue, a transport hub, and a seaport.

Stepping up the Development of Service Outsourcing

 

On the strength of the Fuzhou Software Park, software service outsourcing and the animation and gaming industry will be developed, enterprises specializing in providing outsourcing services will be nurtured, and Taiwan enterprises and multinational companies will be encouraged to source services from Fuzhou.

Expansion of Fuzhou Taiwanese Investment Zone approved

On January 21, 2012, the application for expansion of Fuzhou Taiwanese Investment Zone was formally approved by the State Council. Today, Fuzhou Taiwanese Investment Zone has a planned area of 13.26sqkm and spans the three administrative districts of Mawei, Luoyuan and Lianjiang. It includes three areas, i.e.:

1.    Mawei Area: the former 1.8sqkm Fuzhou Economic and Technological Development Zone whose construction has basically been completed so far.

2.    The 6sqkm Daguanban Area around the southern coast of Luoyuan Bay where the civil and infrastructure works have been completed, including a full and convenient transportation network and six substations with voltage ratings of 220KV, 110KV and 35KV and an annual power supply of over 1 billion kilowatt hours.

3.    The 5.46sqkm Songshan Area around the northern coast of Luoyuan Bay where efforts are being made to facilitate the sea reclamation project of the Daguanban Area, improve the highway, water supply, power supply, flood prevention and drainage, sewage treatment and other infrastructure works.

The leadership Panel for the Development and Construction of Fuzhou Taiwanese Investment Zone has been established. Headed by a senior official of the municipal government, it consists of members from the governments of Mawei, Lianjiang and Luoyuan Counties and the Finance Bureau, Development and Reform Commission, Economic and Trade Commission, Construction Commission, Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation Bureau, Bureau of Land Resources, Planning Bureau and Environment Protection Bureau of Fuzhou Municipal Government, which will gain more preferential policies from the Provincial Government and the State Council.

Today, Fuzhou, the provincial capital city of the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone, is rapidly emerging as a top destination for investment thanks to its enormous growth potential and superb investment environment. We welcome investments from all over the world and we’re looking forward to joining hands with you to achieve greater prosperity.



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