Guangdong Free-Trade Zone

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Guangdong Free-Trade Zone
中国(广东)自由贸易试验区
Free-Trade Zone
Shekou harbour.jpg
Country  China
Municipality Guangzhou
Shenzhen
Zhuhai
Area
 • Total 116.2 km2 (44.9 sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Website http://www.china-gdftz.gov.cn/

Guangdong Free-Trade Zone (Guangdong FTZ, colloquially known as 广东自由贸易区/广东自贸区 in Chinese), officially China (Guangdong) Pilot Free-Trade Zone (Chinese: 中国(广东)自由贸易试验区; pinyin: Zhōngguó (Guǎngdōng) Zìyóu Màoyì Shìyànqū) is a free-trade zone in Guangdong province, China. It is a free-trade zone near Hong Kong and Macau. The zone covers an area of 116.2 square kilometres and integrates three existing bonded zones in four areas — Nansha New Area in Guangzhou (60 square kilometres), Qianhai and Shekou Industrial Zone (Qianhai Shekou Subdistrict) in Shenzhen (28.2 square kilometres) and Hengqin Subdistrict in Zhuhai (28 square kilometres).[1]

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