China’s largest free trade port area completes Phase II at Dongjiang
|September 17, 2012||Posted by Overseas Sharing Communication China under Port News||
NORTH China’s Dongjiang Free Trade Port Area, the largest of its kind nationwide, has completed its Phase II and now operates on a six-square kilometre site.
The port area, boasting of having a customs-supervised district of the largest scale and openness in China, now has a total operation site of 10 square kilometres.
The port area’s phase I was put into service in the end of 2007, afterwards China’s first transaction of aircraft financial leasing business and vessel off-shore leasing business were conducted there. Currently, more than 416 enterprises have registered and settled in the port area.