A cooperation agreement having Ping'an Group provide counseling and comprehensive operation services for Baguang Core Area of Shenzhen International Bio-valley in Dapeng New District was signed between Dapeng New District Management Committee and Ping’an Group on Aug. 20 at Ping'an International Finance Center, according to a sznew.com report.
Ai Xuefeng, vice mayor of Shenzhen Municipal Government, leaders in Dapeng New District, including the Party Chief of Dapeng New District Management Committee Wang Jingdong, and Ping'an Group's General Manager Ren Huichuan, attended the signing ceremony.
The agreement is an upgrade based on last year's Project Framework Cooperation Agreement of the Baguang Core Initiation Area of Shenzhen International Bio-Valley, indicating that the two sides have reached a consensus on how they can work together to explore effective ways to accelerate the construction of the bio-valley.
In his speech, Wang said that the two sides would have intensive cooperation in terms of counseling, operations, management, trade, investment and industrial development. “Ping'an Group has huge advantages in resources, capital and talents. In recent years the group's strong interests in "big-finance assets" and "big medical care and health" have provided new capital and opportunities for development to China's bio-industry," Wang said, adding that with the strong support of Shenzhen Municipal Government and Ping'an's advantages, Baguang will be built into a world-class ecological, science and technology industrial park.
Ren said that Ping'an will give full play to its strengths in finance, bio-technology and industrial resources to build Baguang into a global role model in the field of bio-technology.
Baguang Core Area of the International Bio-Valley has a planned area of 9.46 square kilometers, with a total land area of 5.68 square kilometers and a total floor area of 5.56 million square meters.
Baguang Core Area provides a functional layout ranging from an industrial community, marine-life park and gene valley to colleges and a coastal leisure belt. It will be built into an S&T eco-town integrating scientific research, incubation, education, health services and coastal leisure.(Source:sznews.com)