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What does RDZ stand for?

RDZ stands for Regional Development Zone (various locations)

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Regarding investment, the document recommends to favour direct incentives (subsidies and investment allowances), rather than indirect incentives (tax exemption), encourage promoters to invest in infrastructure in the regional development zone and improve intra- and inter-regional transport infrastructure.
49 new industrial areas will be created, 28 of which in regional development zones, in addition to the fitting out of already existent development zones and the establishing of land reserves with an area of 10,000 hectares by the end of the decade.
Due to the vast size of China, we will be adopting a regional approach since it is impossible to cover the whole country and focusing on a few regional development zones that are specific to our targeted sectors.
Hence, 49 new industrial areas will be created, 28 of which in regional development zones, in addition to the fitting out of already existent development zones and the establishing of land reserves with an area of 10,000 hectares by the end of the decade.
Key Topics Covered: CHAPTER ONE * Setting the Scene - Beijing and Northeast China * Historical Development * Modern Policies and Development Issues * Economic Overview CHAPTER TWO * Provinces and Cities - in depth overviews and useful statistics CHAPTER THREE * Establishing Business * Choosing Your China Structure * Regional Development Zones * Regional Investment Policy Updates CHAPTER FOUR * Regional Industries * Infrastructure * Energy * Post 2008 Olympics Projects * Environment * IPR CHAPTER FIVE * Future Outlook and Trends CHAPTER SIX * Directory and Reference * Available Resources * Consulates * Business Associations * Transportation and Hotels * Exhibitions For more information visit http://www.
Other projects would be achieved to develop industrial infrastructure, including notably the creation of 85 industrial zones, 50 of which would be set up in the regional development zones, he added.
Key Topics Covered: CHAPTER ONE * Setting the Scene - Central China * Historical Development * Modern Policies and Development Issues * Economic Overview CHAPTER TWO * Provinces and Cities - in depth overviews and useful statistics CHAPTER THREE * Establishing Business * Choosing Your China Structure * Regional Development Zones * Regional Investment Policy Updates CHAPTER FOUR * Regional Industries * Infrastructure * Tourism * Environment CHAPTER FIVE * Future Outlook and Trends CHAPTER SIX * Directory and Reference * Available Resources * Consulates * Business Associations * Transportation and Hotels * Exhibitions GLOSSARY * Further Reading For more information visit http://www.
Hence, 49 new industrial areas will be created, 28 of which in regional development zones, in addition to the fitting out of already existent development zones and the establishing of land reserves with an area of 10,000 hectares by the end of the decade.