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The Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City is getting
bolder in its reforms and experimentation, following an official upgrade centering on its ambitio上海乌托邦女神会所
ns to be a world-class knowledge city, an outstanding source of innovation in the region and a global talent magnet.
According to a framework agreement signed by the Chinese and Singaporean governments on Mo上海乌托邦
nday, the iconic Sino-Singaporean collaboration project based in Guangzhou, capital of South China’s
上海乌托邦Guangdong province, was officially elevated to the status of a State-level bilateral project.
Both governments pledged in the agreement that they will use the project to deepen coopera上海乌托邦
tion in the fields of technological innovation, advanced manufacturing, artificial intelligence, int
上海乌托邦女神会所ellectual property protection, smart city construction and urban management.
According to official figures, 1,216 companies have registered with SSGKC since 2010, with an
aggregate registered capital of 125.8 billion yuan ($18.1 billion) and about 91 billion yuan in fixed assets.上海乌托邦
Industry insiders said companies registered with SSGKC, especially those in the sector of biomedic
ines – including General Electric, BeiGene and Innocare – will see explosive growth once they are p上海乌托邦女神会所
ut into operation in the next two years and will make the community a global rising star in its field.
上海乌托邦Shortly after the agreement, the Guangzhou government said in a press release that as a model for a city’s
knowledge economy, SSGKC will undertake more innovative reforms and measures to make itself Guangzhou’s top in
vestment destination for global enterprises and an ideal place for them to develop.上海乌托邦女神会所
Companies in the knowledge city will also enjoy incentive policies that the c
ountry has gradually rolled out for the pilot free trade zones and will work together to cre
ate a model for the integration of advanced manufacturing with free trade, according to the local government.
The knowledge city is seeking approval from higher-level authorities
to launch 18 innovation policies, across the fields of intellectual property, financial services, foo
d and medicine supervision, and for the construction of key platforms, the press release said.