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Old Posted Oct 16, 2012, 4:49 PM
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Shenzhen Qianhai City Development(深圳前海发展)

Project in Qianhai Water City , Shenzhen. 深圳 前海城
http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Shenz...410.S.82912026

This is one of the largest projects in the world at the moment. It's impossible to comprehend the sheer scale of this (and some other ones of simiar scale in China like Baetan in GZ or Binhai in TJ) development. It's bigger...

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Old Posted Oct 16, 2012, 4:50 PM
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China plans zone as test bed for service-sector reform
http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/...85S0AB20120629

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(Reuters) - China said on Friday it will experiment with service sector reforms in a new business zone offering freer currency movements and Hong Kong professional standards, building the sort of test bed that turned the country into a manufacturing powerhouse.
Qianhai is still an almost completely empty strip of land.



The Qianhai project will be developed over the next eight years like that.



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Goettsch Partners and Lead 8 Design Mixed-Use Complex for Shenzhen's Qianhai District

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Another five buildings are slated to join Shenzhen's dense skyline as details about a new mixed-use complex have been released by Chicago-based Goettsch Partners and Hong Kong's Lead 8. Their 320,000-square-metre project in the Qianhai district would see a five-parcel site — including two Class A office towers — developed by Horoy Qianhai International Holdings Limited.
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I can't find maps that work over here. Can anyone post a map showing where this is in relation to the Sheraton Futian hotel?
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