Chengdu Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone
First established in 1988, the Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone (CDHT) ranks 4th among all the China’s state-level hi-tech zones and is strongly supported by national provincial and municipal authorities. With an area of 130 square km, CDHT comprises the south park and the west park. There are 33,237 companies registered in the CDHT, among which 1,115 companies are foreign-invested enterprises, including over 120 Fortune 500 and world-renowned companies.
Chengdu Hi-Tech Zone is committed to providing services and support to investors, and has set up two government service centers in both the south and west parks. Its incentive policies enable it to provide financial support for enterprises in the IT, pharmaceutical, and procession manufacture industries. Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport is the 4th largest airhub in China with domestic flights to the most Chinese cities, and international flights to major cities in North America, Europe, Australia, and the Asia Pacific. Chengdu has a highway network that offers rapid access to all cities in China, and is well served by the railway and other logistic services.