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Suggestions on accelerating industrial development in national high-tech zones (No 2, 2015)


Research team on national high-tech zones' policy performance evaluation and development transformation, by Guo Wei and Long Haibo, General Office, Development Research Center of the State Council (DRC)

Research Report No 2, 2015 (Total 4687)


China's national high-tech zones, with their policy advantages in technology R&D, personnel introduction, and industrial distribution, have provided a good external environment for new, high-tech industries, especially in incubation, aggregation, diffusion and demonstrations.

While the industrial development in China's national high-tech zones also faces many problems. For instance, industries in national high-tech zones are quite similar, internal structure is to be perfected, and awareness of attracting investment is strong, but the attention to small and medium-sized technology-based enterprises is not enough. And, industrial support is far from adequate and there is no sufficient understanding of zone development, leading to a lack of roles.

So, the transformation and upgrading of traditional industries need to speed up by looking for internal innovative motivation to improve the innovative ability in new, high-tech industries. More specifically, the government should come up with development plans for high-tech zones that take their individual position into account, promote industrial cluster development by use of innovative, interactive relationships, develop higher level services based on a value chain, increase industrial cooperation and support, and change their way of thinking to improve high-tech zone management committee's services.