Comprehensive Policy

Guangdong Provincial Government’s Notice on Forwarding the Official Reply by the State Council on the General Development Planning for Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone of Shenzhen

  Guangdong  [2010] No. 234
To Shenzhen Municipal Government, Related Department of Provincial Government and Related institutions Directly Under the Provincial Government  
  The Official by the State Council Reply on the General Development Planning for Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone of Shenzhen (State File [2010] No. 86) is now forwarded to you, please organize the implementation accordingly.
  Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone of Shenzhen (hereafter called Planning) is a significant milestone for the 30-year history of Shenzhen Special Economic Zone. It is an important document from the State Council on the promotion of rational development and pioneering projects in Guangdong Province, especially in Shenzhen. It is also a major measure to propel Shenzhen’s reform and opening up in the new era. The formulation and implementation of Planning has significant meaning for innovative Shenzhen-Hong Kong cooperation, closer Guangdong-Hong Kong tie, industrial structure optimization & upgrade and faster economic transformation. Shenzhen municipal government should take up the responsibility of implementation, define the goals and assign work responsibilities to parties concerned. According to function positioning and development focuses stated in the Planning, plans for the implementation should be put forth to ensure the complete materialization of Planning. Related provincial departments should offer guidance to and work with Shenzhen municipal government to solve problems encountered in the process of implementation. HKMAO (Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office) should organize and coordinate the implementation and report progress status and major issues to the provincial government promptly. 
  Guangdong Provincial Government 
  15 September 2010