Free Trade Zone (FTZ): Testing Water for China’s Economic Future
October 20 09:00 -12:00
(Changsha International Conference Center, 1st floor, Function Room)
China has set up 21 FTZs and the Hainan Free Trade Port. For one purpose only: testing water for China’s reform, opening and economic future. China will only open up wider and wider as the driver for reform, growth and innovation.
FTZs competes not on preferential policies, but on the level and scale of reform and opening up. How different are FTZs from its predecessors such as the Special Economic Zones and Economic Development Zones?
Which experiments have been done by FTZs so far? Which experiences and practices have been duplicated and applied nationwide?
What hardnuts still remain?