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Chinese Development Zone Aims to Attract Fine Chemicals, Management

1:43 PM MDT | August 4, 2010 | Vincent Valk

The Liangjiang New Area in Chongqing, inland China's largest city, is aiming to attract investment from fine chemicals makers and office functions for chemical plants, Li Jianchun, director/Chongqing foreign trade and economic relations commissions, days. Li spoke with CW while on a U.S. trip to promote investment in the region, and in Liangjiang in particular. Developing Liangjiang will be a major focus of the Chinese government in the coming years, with incentives akin to those in Shenzen, Pudong, and and Binhai, all major development centers over the past...

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