Pudong 30 Years On: Epitome Of China’s Modernization And Opening-Up

Pudong, a district east of the Huangpu River in Shanghai, has been transformed from desolate farmland to a major growth engine of the east China metropolis and an embodiment of China’s modernization and opening-up. It has become a model for the rest of the country on how to launch reforms and achieve high-quality development in a new era.

Having been supported by the continued reforms and experiments over the past 30 years, Pudong, though it accounts for only 1/8000 of China’s total land area, is a powerhouse contributing 1/80 of the country’s GDP and 1/15 of total imports and exports.


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