Pudong New Area

Updated: Apr 24, 2018 english.pudong.gov.cn Print
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In 1993, the Pudong New Area was founded, and in August 2013, the State Council decided to establish the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (SHFTZ) in the Pudong New Area, which includes FTZ Bonded Area, Lujiazui Financial Area, Jinqiao Export Processing Zone, Zhangjiang High Tech Park, Expo Area. 

It is under Shanghai's jurisdiction, situated on the east bank of the Huangpu River, resting at the intersection of China's coastal belt and the Yangtze River estuary.

It has a total area of 1,210 square kilometers, and a resident population of 5.47 million.

Its average temperature is 16.2 ℃, and the average annual rainfall is about 1100 mm, with about 131 rainy days per year. The altitude descends from the west to the east, with an average elevation of 3.87 meters.


Economic Growth

In 2019, the GRP of Pudong New Area was 1.27 trillion yuan, up 7 percent compared with 2018. 

Regional Headquarters of Multinationals

More than 300 Fortune 500 companies have set up operation in the Pudong New Area. Registered capital of multinational headquarters reached $13.1 billion, with annual revenues reaching 296.3 billion yuan and annual tax contributions reaching 24 billion yuan.

Efficient and Convenient Government Services

Pudong is the first district in Shanghai to have an “authority list” and a “responsibility list”, so as to ensure that the government has a limited involvement in the market while providing effective services and regulation support in a transparent, efficient and law-based manner.

World-class Infrastructure

As a vital transportation hub in Shanghai, Pudong is home to three international air and sea ports, including Waigaoqiao Port, Yangshan Deepwater Port, and the Pudong International Airport. A network of four bridges and 12 tunnels spanning the Huangpu River has been developed in Pudong. It is also served by an integrated transport system consisting eight enclosed overhead lines and freeways, such as Inner Ring and Outer Ring, and 12 metro and maglev lines.

Industrial Parks

img_map.jpgQQ截图20180503094947.jpgLujiazui Finance and Trade Zone

Key industries: headquarters and operation centers of international financial institutions, financial leasing and asset management, marine finance, consultation, maritime law and arbitration and international ship management, factor market for trade and commerce, art, performance and exhibition industries.

Services: financial service, shipping service, trade service, professional service

Waigaoqiao Bonded Area

Special customs areas: Shanghai Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, Shanghai Waigaoqiao Free Trade Logistics Park, Yangshan Free Trade Port Area, Shanghai Pudong Airport Free Trade Zone

Services: international trade, financial services, modern logistics, professional services, advanced manufacturing. 

Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park

Key industries: integrated circuit (IC) , bio-pharmaceutical, software service, information technology (IT), culture and creativity industry, low-carbon and new energy.

Jinqiao Economic and Technological Development Zone

Key industries: automobile industry, electronic information industry, smart equipment industry

Expo Area

Key industries: high-end cultural industries

Services: cultural and media services, specialized services, entertainment services, financial investment, economy of headquarters

Lingang Area

Key industries: integrated circuit, re-manufacturing, optical information, new material

Modern services: science and technology, culture, business, finance, tourism.

International Resort Area

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