China to officially launch Shanghai FTZ on Sept. 29

2013-09-27 02:55:32 GMT2013-09-27 10:55:32(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English
Vehicles are seen near the Pudong Airport Comprehensive Free Trade Zone, part of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 25, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) Vehicles are seen near the Pudong Airport Comprehensive Free Trade Zone, part of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 25, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
A man takes a photo of the administrative committee building of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) A man takes a photo of the administrative committee building of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2013 shows the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, part of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2013 shows the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, part of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
A pedestrian walks past a sculpture at the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) A pedestrian walks past a sculpture at the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
Workers renew a road sign at the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) Workers renew a road sign at the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
Workers set the sign of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) Workers set the sign of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China, Sept. 26, 2013. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2013 shows the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, part of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei) Photo taken on Sept. 26, 2013 shows the Waigaoqiao Free Trade Zone, part of the free trade zone (FTZ) in Shanghai, east China. China will officially launch the pilot FTZ in Shanghai on Sept. 29, taking a solid step forward to boost reforms in the world's second-largest economy. Covering almost 29 square kilometers, the zone will be created modeled on existing free trade businesses in the country's economic hub. (Xinhua/Chen Fei)
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