The recently released Industrial Map of Guangzhou lists 564 industrial land lots for development over the next three to five years, of which 54 are in Huangpu district.
The total area of the 54 industrial land lots spans 331.43 hectares, accounting for 3.7 percent of Guangzhou's total. The average size of the 54 land lots is 6.14 hectares.
There are six land lots totaling 16.6 hectares in the Guangzhou's artificial intelligence and digital economy pilot zone (Yuzhu area). They will focus on developing business services and new-generation information technology.
The China-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City has 25 industrial land lots with a total area of 117.8 hectares that commit to the development of new energy, new materials, big data and integrated circuits.
There are eight industrial land lots totaling 96.9 hectares in Guangzhou Science City and the Changlingju area. They will focus on the development of business services.
The Guangzhou-Hong Kong Smart Manufacturing Cooperation Zone has seven industrial land lots that feature a total area of 65.6 hectares and focus on smart manufacturing and medical treatment.
Sorted by sectors, there are five land lots centered on advanced manufacturing, 24 modern service lots and 25 strategic emerging industries lots.
The 7th Nano Today Conference was held in Guangzhou's Huangpu district from Nov 16 to 18 to discuss the latest research progress, achievements and development trends in the nano science and technology sector.
Modernizing Urban Governance with New Technologies and New Infrastructures was one of six sub-forums of the 2021 Global Mayors' Forum that took place in Guangzhou both online and on-site on Nov 12.
The 4th International Conference on Nanomedicine was held on Nov 13 and 14 with Guangzhou's Huangpu district being one of the host venues.
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