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Planning and Layout of Shanghai Yangshan Bonded Port Area Based on the Perspective of a Free Trade Zone

1.Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation, 100710, China
2.University of International Business and Economics, 100029, China

Open House International

ISSN: 0168-2601

Article publication date: 1 September 2019



In order to alleviate China's crisis of marginalization in international trade, combined with the development characteristics of the Shanghai Free Trade Zone, the development direction of the bonded cold chain business of Shanghai Yangshan Comprehensive Bonded Port Area was proposed. From a long-term perspective, a free trade zone integrating processing, logistics, finance, culture, and internal and external market trade was formed. By taking advantage of the huge consumption of imported food in the Yangtze river delta region, the policy advantages of Yangshan Port Area are exploited. Combined with the development of cross-border e-commerce, innovative experiences that could be replicated and promoted are formed. The results showed that the free trade zone is the development direction of the bonded port area. Therefore, the Shanghai Bonded Port Area should focus on the integration with the development of the free trade zone in the initial stage. This lays a solid foundation for the construction of the bonded port area as a comprehensive internal and external trade platform for ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) and the domestic market. Research on the planning and layout of trade zones can help plan the future development of trade zones and their direction. The trade zone is pre-controlled. The efficiency of future construction and upgrading of the bonded area is improved. It is of great practical significance to the current development and construction of the Shanghai Bonded Port Area.



Yu, W., Chen, H. and Yang, L. (2019), "Planning and Layout of Shanghai Yangshan Bonded Port Area Based on the Perspective of a Free Trade Zone", Open House International, Vol. 44 No. 3, pp. 5-8.



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