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China's Hi-Tech Development Zones (HTDZs) Have Gradually Entered a Mature Development Period According to New Report.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c81939) has announced the addition of The Survey of China's Innovative Hi-tech Development Zones to their offering.

With the establishment of the Zhongguancun Science and Technology Park, (abbreviated as Zhongguancun hereafter) in 1988 at the beginning, China's Hi-Tech Development Zones (HTDZs), after 20 years' development, have gradually entered a mature development period.

With the unprecedented economical prosperity and the significant impact of information technology, HTDZs faces both new opportunities and new challenges. In China, the traditional Science and Technology Park programming method can not satisfy the demand of the new economical situation, therefore it is necessary to introduce new thoughts and new methods to deal with the challenges, while at the same time seizing the development opportunities.

Faced with the increasingly fierce competition in the economic globalization era, independent innovations now have been elevated to national strategy, for the biggest developing country, China. In 2007, "China's Hi-Tech Development Zones eleventh five-year plan outline" (hereinafter abbreviated as Outline) was formulated and promulgated, marking the coming of a new development stage of HTDZs, with clearer targets. According to the "Outline", the development of HTDZ should follow "Six Principles", realize "Five Changes", achieve "Four Promotions" and build up "Three Types of Zones" within the Eleventh Five-Year period.

The report The Survey of China's Hi-tech Development Zone delivers valuable decision-making consultancy about the layout of the Technological Park. It targets related government department, investors, land agents, the layout and administrant bureau of the Technological Zone, and other organizations and people who are interested in the construction and operation of the Technological Zone's layout.

Preface

I Background and history of China's hi-tech development zones

I-1 Background

I-2 Development history of China's hi-tech development zones (HTDZs)

I-2.1 Achievement of China's hi-tech development zones

I-2.1.1 Development and achievement from 1991 to 2000

I-2.1.2 Development and achievement from 2001 to 2006

I-2.1.3 Development summary in 2006

I-2.2 HTDZ's role in China's economy development

I-2.3 Problems of China's HTDZs

II Current development trend of China's national innovative hi-tech development zones

II-1 Hi-tech development zones (HTDZs)

II-1.1 World-class HTDZs

II-1.1.1 Development history of world HTDZs

II-1.1.2 Current situation of main countries' HTDZs in World

II-1.1.3 Characteristics of main countries' HTDZs in the World

II-1.1.4 Development experience of main Countries' HTDZs in World

II-1.2 Chinese HTDZs

II-1.2.1 Standards of three types of Chinese HTDZs

II-1.2.2 Developmental experience of Chinese HTDZ

II-1.2.3 Governmental plans of Chinese HTDZ

II-1.2.4 Development strategy of Chinese HTDZ

II-2 Chinese national innovative hi-tech development zones

II-2.1 Policy blueprint of innovative HTDZs

- Governmental orientation for innovative HTDZs

- Objectives and requirements for innovative zones

- Principles and thoughts on innovative HTDZs construction

II-2.2 Current situations of innovative HTDZs

II-2.3 Future outlook of innovative HTDZs

III Situation and governmental measures of innovative hi-tech technology zone in China

III-1 Overview of the potential innovative HTDZs

III-2 Situation and measures of innovative HTDZs

III-2.1 Baotou hi-tech development zone(Baotou HTDZ)

III-2.2 Dalian hi-tech development zone (Dalian HTDZ)

III-2.3 Fushun hi-tech development zone (Fushun HTDZ)

III-2.4 Guangzhou hi-tech development zone (Guangzhou HTDZ)

III-2.5 Hefei hi-tech development zone (Hefei HTDZ)

III-2.6 Nanjing hi-tech development zone (Nanjing HTDZ)

III-2.7 Nanning hi-tech development zone (Nanning HTDZ)

III-2.8 Ningbo hi-tech development zone (Ningbo HTDZ)

III-2.9 Shijiazhuang hi-tech development zone (Shijiazhuang HTDZ)

III-2.10 Suzhou hi-tech development zone (Suzhou HTDZ)

III-2.11 Taiyuan hi-tech development zone (Taiyuan HTDZ)

III-2.12 Zhengzhou hi-tech development zone (Zhengzhou HTDZ)

IV Introduction to the outer industrial circumstances of high-tech zones

IV-1 Baotou HTDZ

IV-2 Dalian HTDZ

IV-3 Fushun HTDZ

IV-4 Guangzhou HTDZ

IV-5 Hefei HTDZ

IV-6 Nanjing HTDZ

IV-7 Nanning HTDZ

IV-8 Ningbo HTDZ

IV-9 Shijiazhuang HTDZ

IV-10 Suzhou HTDZ

IV-11 Taiyuan HTDZ

IV-12 Zhengzhou HTDZ

V Conclusion

List of tables

Table II-1.1-1 Established Time of HTDZs in some Counties in the world

Table III-1-1 Economic indices of the national innovative HTDZ, 2006

Table IV-1 Industrial comparison between HTDZs and the city that HTDZs locate in

Table IV-2 Industrial added value of HTDZs and the city that HTDZs locate in, 2006

Table IV-3 The economic situation of the Cities of each National Innovation-type HTDZs locate in, 2006.

Table IV-1-1 GDP of Baotou City, 2006.

Table IV-1-2 Transportation situation of Baotou, 2006

Table IV-2-1 GDP of Dalian City, 2006

Table IV-2-2 The export & import situation of Dalian City, 2006

Table IV-2-3 Performance of major industries of Dalian City, 2006

Table IV-2-4 Transportation situation of Dalian, 2006

Table IV-2-5 Undergraduate and graduate students number in Dalian, 2006

Table IV-3-1 GDP of Fushun City, 2006

Table IV-3-2 The export & import situation of Fushun, 2006

Table IV-3-3 Transportation situation of Fushun, 2006

Table IV-4-1 GDP of Guangzhou City, 2006

Table IV-4-2 Performance of major industries of Guangzhou City, 2006

Table IV-4-3 Transportation situation of Guangzhou, 2006

Table IV-4-4 Undergraduate and graduate students number in Guangzhou, 2006

Table IV-5-1 GDP of Hefei City, 2006

Table IV-5-2 Transportation situation of Hefei, 2006

Table IV-5-3 Undergraduate and graduate students number in Hefei, 2006

Table IV-6-1 GDP of Nanjing City, 2006

Table IV-6-2 Performance of major industries (petroleum chemical, electronic, steel and auto industry) of Nanjing City, 2005

Table IV-6-3.Transportation situation of Nanjing, 2006.

Table V-6-4 Undergraduate and graduate students number in Nanjing, 2006

Table IV-7-1 GDP of Nanning City, 2006

Table IV-7-2 The export & import situation of Nanning City, 2006

Table IV-7-3 Transportation situation of Nanning, 2006

Table IV-7-4 Undergraduate and graduate students number in Nanning, 2006

Table IV-8-1 GDP of Ningbo, 2006

Table IV-8-2 The export & import situation of Ningbo City, 2006

Table IV-8-3 The performance of industry in Ningbo, 2006

Table IV-8-4 Transportation situation of Ningbo, 2006

Table IV-9-1 GDP of Shijiazhuang City, 2006

Table IV-9-2 The export & import situation of Shijiazhuang City, 2006

Table IV-9-3 The output of major industrial products of Shijiazhuang, 2006

Table IV-9-4 Undergraduate and graduate students number in Shijiazhuang, 2006

Table IV-10-1 GDP of Suzhou City, 2006

Table IV-10-2 The export & import situation of Suzhou City, 2006

Table IV-10-3 Performance of industry of Suzhou, 2006

Table IV-10-4 Transportation situation of Suzhou, 2006

Table IV-11-1 GDP of Taiyuan City, 2006

Table IV-11-2 The export & import situation of Taiyuan City, 2006

Table IV-11-3 Sales return of the major industries of Taiyuan City, 2006

Table IV-11-4 Transportation situation of Taiyuan, 2006

Table IV-12-1 GDP of Zhengzhou City, 2006

Table IV-12-2 Performance of major industries of Zhengzhou City, 2005

Table IV-12-3 Transportation situation of Zhengzhou, 2006

Table IV-12-4 Undergraduate and graduate students number of Zhengzhou, 2006

List of Figures

Figure 1-2.1-1 Distribution of national hi-tech development zones

Figure I-2.1.2-1 Proportion of national HTDZs' total output value in gross domestic product from 2001 to 2006

Figure I-2.1.3-1 The top 10 HTDZs with the biggest R&D expense

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