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Tianfu New Area

Tianfu New Area
State-level new area
Country China
Province Sichuan
Prefecture Chengdu
 • Total 1,578 km2 (609 sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)

Tianfu New Area was officially launched in December 2011. The establishment of Chengdu Tianfu New Area aims at reconstructing a modern international urban area suitable for residence, industry and commerce. It focuses on modern manufacturing industry and high-end service clusters. The planning scope of Tianfu New Area includes the southern part of Chengdu High-tech Zone, Longquanyi District, Shuangliu County, Xinjin County, Jianyang City, Pengshan County of Meishan City and Renshou County. It involves in total 3 cities, 7 counties (city, district) and 37 towns and villages . The total area is planned to cover 1,578 km (981 mi).

It is understood that the first 84 projects of Chengdu Tianfu New Area include 51 industry projects with the investment of 169.5 billion RMB (including 27 industrial projects with investment of 82.35 billion RMB and 24 service projects with investment of 87.15 billion RMB), 29 infrastructure projects with investment of 43.4 billion RMB, and 4 ecology projects with investment of 1.5 billion RMB.[1]

One major project in the Tianfu New Area is the construction of the New Century Global Centre and the Chengdu Contemporary Arts Centre.


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