Changchun Economic & Technological Development Zone (CETDZ) enjoys all the preferential policies stipulated for the economic and technological development zones of open coastal cities.
It is in the east area of Changchun, 2 km away from a freight train station, 26 km away from Changchun Longjia Airport and about a 6-hour drive from Dalian Port. The three major Highways of Northeastern China all pass through this zone.
Changchun High-technology Industry Development Area (CHIDA) is located in the southwest of Changchun within the Changchun International Automobile City (a planned area of 100 km2), and adjacent to the First Auto Works and the government’s new administrative centre.
Changchun is the capital of Jilin province, with a GDP accounting for 40.7% of the province’s total GDP.
Thirty-eight% of its land area is covered by forests, thus earning itself the nickname ‘Forest City’. The average temperature in Changchun is a cool 4.6 degrees Celsius.
As one of the central cities in Northeast China, it has developed a strong transportation network with 34 domestic and international airlines, 13 major highways and the Jing-Ha Railway which connects Changchun with its neighbors in all directions.
Alibaba reports the pillar industries in Changchun are the automobile, food processing, building material, energy, medicine and photoelectric industries.
The automobile industry is the key industry in Changchun, lending it the name ‘Automobile City of China’. First Auto Works, a facility based in Changchun, is also the nation’s largest research and production base in the automobile industry.
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