High-tech corridor becomes part of national plan to boost development in Yangtze River Delta region

High-tech corridor becomes part of national plan to boost development in Yangtze River Delta region

2019/5/5

The G60 Science and Innovation Corridor, a high-tech manufacturing zone, will be incorporated in a broader national plan to bolster the development of the Yangtze River Delta region, a government official said on April 12. The G60 Corridor, which connects Shanghai and eight other cities in the neighboring Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui provinces, will be part of the delta region's integration development guideline being drafted by the National Development and Reform Commission, said Gao Yiyi, vice-head of Shanghai's Songjiang district, where the G60 concept first emerged in 2016. The Yangtze River Delta region Science and Innovation Cloud platform, which is scheduled to be launched by the end of April, allows companies to share their latest scientific findings, check on the availability of 5,000 large-scale scientific equipment in the zone, and offers a suite of financial services, Gao noted.

Source: www.chinadaily.com.cn




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