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Guangxi will be built into a coastal heavy chemical industry base in the Beibu Gulf during the 12th Five Year Plan period. In line with the completion of the China ASEAN Free Trade Zone, Guangxi, which is at the bridgehead of cooperation, will be built into a modern heavy chemical industry base in the Beibu Gulf, building up the backbone of the "important international regional economic cooperation zone" with coastal industry

can it be issued in the new year if it is approved in 2008? Guangxi Beibu Gulf Economic Zone, which has risen to China's national strategy, is positioned as an "important international regional economic cooperation zone", and is the only economic zone in China that is connected with ASEAN by sea and land

in the next five years, Guangxi Beibu Gulf Economic Zone will accelerate the layout and construction of major projects such as iron and steel, petrochemical, nuclear power, forest pulp paper and new energy, cultivate and expand industrial clusters such as Fangchenggang iron and steel deep processing, Qinzhou and Beihai petrochemical and forest pulp paper, Nanning aluminum deep processing, Beihai, Nanning and Qinzhou electronic information, Beibu Gulf port area port grain and oil, seafood processing, etc. Strive to make the GDP of Beibu Gulf Economic Zone account for more than 40% of Guangxi by 2015

at present, Guangxi is laying out 29 industrial parks in the Beibu Gulf region, striving to build the largest petrochemical base in Southwest China focusing on Qinzhou and Beihai petrochemical projects; A regional modern steel city led by Fangchenggang steel project; Beibu Gulf "Silicon Valley" dominated by Beihai and Nanning electronic industries; Industrial clusters such as the largest forest pulp paper integration base in Asia with Beihai and Qinzhou Forest Pulp paper integration projects as the core

as one of the core cities in the Beibu Gulf Economic Zone, Beihai plans to expand the petrochemical industry in the next five years and strive to achieve an output value of more than 50billion yuan by 2015. In september2010, another important port city Qinzhou, a 10 million ton oil refining project invested by China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC) with an investment of more than 15billion yuan was put into operation, and the largest single mechanical pulp production line in Asia - Guangxi jinguilin pulp paper integration project (phase I) was also put into operation

at present, Guangxi is fully promoting the second phase expansion project of PetroChina Qinzhou ten million ton oil refining project. After it is fully put into operation, the oil refining capacity of PetroChina Guangxi Qinzhou refinery will be increased to 20million tons. In addition, Fangchenggang's 10 million ton steel project and nuclear power project are also being stepped up

according to an action plan recently issued by Guangxi to strengthen the opening-up and cooperation with ASEAN, Guangxi will take the construction of Qinzhou ten million ton oil refining project as an opportunity to speed up the planning and construction of crude oil terminals, railway ports and crude oil storage tanks, and actively build a crude oil import base facing ASEAN. At the same time, we will take advantage of the rich wood resources in ASEAN to vigorously develop the wood processing industry, even if it passes the fire-resistant B1 level test report industry, drive the development of relevant exhibition, logistics, warehousing, export and other businesses, form a complete industrial chain, and build it into an ASEAN wood import processing base

relevant experts here pointed out that the successive completion of several major offshore petrochemical industrial projects in Guangxi will change the economic structure of the whole Guangxi. Due to the recent narrowing of the profitability of steel mills and the prospect of resolving the "oil shortage" in the southwest, it will also play a positive role in China's oil reserve strategy

it is reported that the Beibu Gulf coastal industrial cluster is accelerating its formation. At the same time, the improvement of regional international channels is accelerating. Fangcheng port, Qinzhou port and Beihai port in Guangxi have been integrated into Beibu Gulf port in Guangxi. By 2015, there will be more than 100 berths above 10000 tons, and the total handling capacity will reach more than 336 million tons

the Beibu Gulf Economic Zone is also building a bonded logistics system with strong functions and unique features, which is rare in China. The state has successively approved the establishment of Guangxi Qinzhou Bonded Port Area, Pingxiang comprehensive bonded zone and Nanning bonded logistics center, and endowed the Beihai Export Processing Zone with bonded logistics functions

experts here believe that in terms of China's export-oriented economic layout, the Beibu Gulf Economic Zone is the best area to absorb the transfer of heavy chemical industry and the layout of iron and steel enterprises. After the formation of upstream and downstream industrial chains of heavy chemical industry and iron and steel enterprises, it will have a strong radiation effect on Western China; The Beibu Gulf Economic Zone is not only the leading region to drive the western development, but also the region with the most development potential of China's economy in the China ASEAN Free Trade Area

large-scale heavy chemical projects have settled in Beibu Gulf one after another, which has its practical reasons. Zhangjiashou, director of the Economics Department of the Party School of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, said that the development of heavy chemical industry requires a large number of raw materials. However, at present, the source of raw materials has shifted from resource producing areas such as northeast and North China to relying on global market allocation. In terms of transportation costs, the Beibu Gulf is lower than inland areas

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