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The China-Malaysia Qinzhou Industrial Park (CMQIP) is a flagship project of investment cooperation between China and Malaysia and the third industrial park jointly built by the Chinese government and a foreign government following the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park and the China-Singapore Tianjin Eco-City. CMQIP, together with its sister project the Malaysia-China Kuantan Industrial Park (MCKIP), represents a new model of “two countries, twin parks” for international cooperation on industrial parks.
Located in the south of Qinzhou city and close to Guangxi Qinzhou Free Trade Port Area and the state-level Qinzhou Port Economic and Technological Development Zone, CMQIP has a planned area of 55 km2 and is designed for a population of 500,000.
CMQIP will be divided into industrial, R&D, services and residential areas. The industrial area will cover 30.2 km2. In selecting the industries that it will host, CMQIP seeks to deepen existing cooperation that combines the respective industrial strengths of China and Malaysia while setting eyes on the future by fostering strategic emerging industries with a focus on equipment manufacturing, electronics and information, food processing, traditional and new materials, and bio-technology.
In the 2.4-km2 R&D area, Chinese and Malaysian companies and leading R&D institutions from around the world will be encouraged to carry out technological exchange and cooperation in such fields as the new generation of mobile communications, multimedia equipment, new materials, bio-tech, and marine science and technology in order to gain an advantage in the international industrial chain and facilitate the integration of industries and science and technology.
The 3.8-km2 services area will be devoted to developing modern service industries including modern logistics, finance & insurance, trade & exhibition, culture & recreation, technical consultation, service outsourcing, education & training, and regional headquarters with a view to developing both industrial and service chains and promoting coordinated development of the secondary and tertiary industries.
The 18.6-km2 residential area will be built on a plan of graded community services. It will be a high-end international city with a distinct Southeast Asian flavor and a modern, eco-friendly design, and a "second home" for global businessmen coming to invest and live in Qinzhou. The industries and the new city will grow together in harmony.
CMQIP will be built in three phases. Phase I covers 15 km2, including a start-up area of 7.87 km2 to be completed by 2015. A number of projects have entered CMQIP and will begin operation in the second half of 2014.
CMQIP aims to build a model industrial park for win-win cooperation between China and ASEAN, featuring an advanced manufacturing base, an information smart corridor, a modern eco-city with cultural depth and a platform for cooperation and exchanges. CMQIP not only serves Chinese and Malaysian enterprises but also welcomes investors from all over the world. With support from the Chinese and Malaysian governments and active participation of businesses around the world, CMQIP will serve as a new platform, driver and highlight in China’s practical cooperation with ASEAN countries.
Q: What is the master plan of CMQIP?
A: The planned area is 55 sq. km., comprising industrial, R&D, services and residential areas.
Q: What’s the vision of CMQIP?
A: It is aimed at building a flagship project of China-Malaysia investment cooperation and a pioneering zone of industrial collaboration, a pilot zone of innovation & opening-up and a role-model zone of good-neighborliness between China and ASEAN members. It will present great investment potential given the strong support from both the Chinese and the Malaysian government.
Q: What’s the features of CMQIP？
A：It will serve as a new platform, a strong driver and a fresh highlight for China-ASEAN cooperation with the following unique features:
Advanced Manufacturing Base — Extended Industrial Chain in Beibu Gulf
It will extend the leading industrial chain here in the Beibu Gulf and develop advanced manufacturing industrial cluster focusing on modern equipment manufacturing, bio-technology, new materials and other emerging industries.
An Information Corridor — A Pioneering R&D District with Worldwide Competitiveness
It will integrate industries, universities and research institutions, focusing on a test base for the exchange and R&D of electronic information and multimedia technologies..
Modern Town of Culture — A Livable Coastal Place with Southeast Asian Style
It will become an ecological and livable place with the unique Southeast Asian style of integrating the seneries of the mountain, the river and the city.
Platform for Cooperation & Exchanges — An Industrial Park Going Global
Thanks to its adjacency to ASEAN countries, CMQIP will become a platform for information release, trade, projects showcase and business partnership serving CAFTA. As an open industrial park, while serving enterprises from China and Malaysia, CMQIP also embraces investors from all over the world.
LOCATION AND TRANSPORT
Only 100 km away from Nanning, capital city of Guangxi, CMQIP is the most convenient gateway to the sea in Southwest China and an important hub for China-ASEAN cooperation. It links to the road and railway networks in Chinese mainland and Pan -Asia railway and expressway links, enjoying convenient transportation.
Q: How about the road transportation around CMQIP?
A: CMQIP borders Liujing-Qinzhou expressway to the east, a gateway to the sea for southwest China, and Nanning-Beihai expressway to the north. 5 expressways have been completed, connecting the Park to majors cities of China. And the Park is connected to ASEAN countries via Pan-Asia expressway links.
Q: How about the railways in Qinzhou?
A: Railways from Qinzhou to Nanning, Beihai and Fangchenggang cities are already in use while railways from Qinzhou to Litang town and from Qinzhou port to the Free Trade Port Area are also under construction.High-speed railways to Nanning, Beihai and Fangchenggang have been already in use and It is only a 25-minute train trip from Qinzhou to Nanning.
Q: How about the transport network in Qinzhou port?
A: The port enjoys a well-developed transport network, consisting of railways and expressways that are directly linked to the Port and connected with China’s trunk lines. Its active shipping routes lead to other parts of China and major ports in Southeast Asia.
Q: What’s the handling volume of Qinzhou port?
A: The 2013 throughput approached 100 million tons in Qinzhou port, which is rising as the trunk-line container port in Guangxi Beibu Gulf. With the channel for 100,000t ships in use, another for 300,000t ships and a number of container terminals for 100,000t and 300,000t ships are under construction. In 2013, the port handled around 60.35 million tons in terms of throughput, including 600,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent unit), topping all ports in Beibu Gulf.
Q: What is the distance from Qinzhou port to main ports in Southeast Asia?
A: Port of Qinzhou is 1,549 nautical miles to Kelang Port and 1,225 nautical miles to Kuantan Port in Malaysia, 800 nautical miles to Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh Port, 836 nautical miles to Manila Port of the Philippines, 1,720 nautical miles to Indonesia’s Jakarta Port and 1,338 nautical miles to Singapore Port. As for the port of Hong Kong in China, the distance is 400 nautical miles.
Q: How is the aviation strength of Qinzhou?
A: It takes only one-hour drive from Qinzhou to international airports in Nanning and Beihai respectively.
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