Economic development zones     Updated: 2019-01-31

Xi'an High-Tech Industries Development Zone

Websites: (Cn)


Foreign Investment Promotion Bureau:

Address:A1810/F, City Gate, 1 Jinye Road, Xi'an, China

Tel: +86 29 88333973

Fax:+86 29 88333965



Brief Introduction 

The Xi'an Hi-tech Industries Development Zone (XHTZ), established in 1991, was one of the earliest Chinese science parks at the national level, and is regarded as one of the most successful of the 114 national high-tech zones.

In 1997, it was among the first five of China’s high-tech zones to join the network of sci-tech industrial parks of APEC member countries.

In 2001, China’s Ministry of Science and Technology selected the zone as one of the five national model science parks during the 10th National Five-year Plan (2001-2005).

The following year, the UN Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) recognized it as one of the six most vigorous urban zones in China.

In 2004, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and the Ministry of Science and Technology named it a National Environmental Protection Model Science Park.

In 2006, the Ministry of Science and Technology designated it for development into one of the country’s six world-class national science parks.

The same year, the zone received the Asian Association of Business Incubation’s Asian Incubator award.

In 2008, the Chinese central government listed it as one of the first national overseas talent innovation centers.

In 2010, the Ministry of Science and Technology selected the zone as a National High-Tech Industrialization Base of Communications.

Also in 2010, the Ministry of Commerce named it China’s Science Park with the Greatest Investment Potential.

In 2014, the State Intellectual Property Office evaluated and selected the Xi'an Hi-tech Industries Development Zone as a national intellectual property demonstration zone, recognition for its efforts to promote the development of high-tech industries with proprietary intellectual property rights.

The Xi'an High-Tech Industries Development Zone is located in the southwest of the city. It was one of the first national-level high tech zones approved by the State Council in March 1991, and is now known as a new pole of economic growth in the Guanzhong-Tianshui Economic Zone and the mid-west. It has an environment features favorable to investment, high marketization, and dynamic economic development. It is one of the six high tech zones striving to become a world-leading technological cluster under the central government’s planning, and a key base of high-tech industries in China.

The High-Tech Industries Development Zone encourages foreign investments in areas of microelectronics science and electronic information technology, space science and aerospace technology, optoelectronic science and optoelectronic-mechanical integration technology, life science and bioengineering technology, materials science and new materials technology, energy science and new energy sources, high-efficiency energy-saving technology, ecological science and environmental protection technology, basic material science and radiation technology of the geosciences and marine engineering technology, medical science and biomedical engineering technology, finance services, communications, real estate development, infrastructure construction, new technologies and techniques applicable in conventional industries, and other products for raising foreign-exchange revenue, thus reducing reliance on imports and enhancing profitability.

Xixian New Area



Industrial and Commercial Bureau

Tel: +86 29 33186803,33186804,33186805

Brief Introduction

Located on the core border zone between Xi'an and Xianyang in Northwest China's Shaanxi province, Xixian New Area, with a population of 978,000, covers all seven counties and 23 villages, towns and sub-districts of the two cities. It has a total area of 882 square km of which 272 square km are designated for urban construction.

It is comprised of five new cities: Airport New City, Fengdong New City, Qinhan New City, Fengxi New City and Jinghe New City. With the Weihe River, Fenghe River and Jinghe River flowing through it, Xixian New Area boasts a significant historical and cultural heritage, with over 350 relics dating back at least 1,000 years.

In accordance with the principle of resource integration, dislocation layout and cluster development, Xixian will make the most of industrial resources in Xi'an and Xianyang, focusing on independent innovation and building an innovation-driven industrial system.

It will vigorously develop modern urban agriculture, accelerate agricultural industrialization and improve agricultural productivity. It will give top priority to the development of industries including high-end equipment manufacturing, new information technology, biomedicine, energy conservation and environmental protection and build a center for emerging industries. It will boost industries like e-commerce, information services, culture-oriented tourism, trade fairs and energy finance to emerge as a center for modern service industries.

Xi'an Economic and Technological Development Zone



Administrative Committee

Tel: +86 29 86529999


Brief Introduction 

The Xi'an Economic and Technological Development Zone, first established in 1993, was approved as a national-level development zone by the State Council in 2000. In 2011, as the whole municipal administration moved into the zone, it started to make full play of the integrated strength in being a “City Center + Emerging Industrial Highland”.

The zone is divided into parts including the Central Area, Jingwei New City, Export Processing, Caotan Tech Innovation Park, and High-speed Railway New City. Among the more than 36,000 companies accommodated in the zone over 100 are foreign-funded, including 62 of the world’s Top 500, such as ABB, Bosch, Coca-Cola, Siemens, Mitsubishi, Hitachi, and Alston. Large centrally-owned enterprises, including China Weapons, China North Railway, China Electronics Corporation, China Steel Group, China Communications Construction, Aviation Industry Corporation of China and China Electric Power Group have launched 77 projects here. Over 80 other domestic industrial leaders, including Geely Automobile, Shaanxi Heavy Truck, Ting Hsin International Group, Xinjiang Goldwind Sci & Tech, Western Superconducting Technologies, are also investing in the zone with a goal of developing eight industrial clusters worth 100 billion yuan and covering automobiles, high-end equipment manufacturing, military-civil integration, headquarters economy, modern financial services, consumer goods manufacturing, strategic emerging industries, modern services, and energy processing. 

Xi'an International Trade and Logistic Park

Websites: (En)


Administrative Committee

6 Gangwu Boulevard, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Tel: +86 29 83332055


Brief Introduction

Located in the delta region between the Bahe River and the Weihe River in northeast Xi'an, capital of Shaanxi province, the Xi'an International Trade and Logistic Park occupies 44.6 square kilometers and is divided into eight functional areas, including a container operation zone, comprehensive free trade zone, domestic trade zone, comprehensive service zone, residential area, emergency logistics park, industrial transfer zone and urban-rural development area.

The park has set up an efficient transportation system featuring rivers, air transport, railways and highways reinforced by the logistics center of the Xi'an Railway Container Freight Station, the Xi'an Comprehensive Free Trade Zone and the Xi'an Highway Port. It seeks to become the largest international inland port in China and the most important logistics hub in the upper and middle reaches of the Yellow River, as well as a modern city driven by the service industry. It also plans to develop into an influential international inland port in China for domestic and international markets, improving the investment environment and setting up a solid platform for transfer of industrial output from China's eastern coastal area to the world.

Xi'an Fengjing Industrial Park



Administrative Committee

11, Third Feng Road, Xi'an Fengjing Industrial Park

Tel: +86 29 84982255, 84982266, 84981699

Fax: +86 29 84980087

Brief Introduction

The Xi'an Fengjing Industrial Park, inaugurated in May 2000, was approved as an economic zone by the Provincial Government in March 2001. It has a planned area of 26 square kilometers, consisting of four main functional areas for industry, commerce, science and education, as well as logistics. The Park is home to over 152 projects by Xidian High Voltage, Lijun Pharmaceutical, Kechuang Group, and Jinye Group, with a total investment of 17 billion yuan, as well as a further 79 projects in production.

The park enjoys outstanding location and transport advantages and is a key area of the Guanzhong-Tianshui Economic Circle. It has well-established road systems on flat terrain, and is located 18 kilometers from the National High-Tech Zone - Xi'an High-Tech Industries Development Zone in the east, and 8 kilometers from the Guanzhong South Ring Road – Huanshan Tourist Road in the south. It is connected with the Sub-center of International Metropolis – Hu Yi District of Xi'an -- in the west, and sits 3.5 kilometers away from the Fourth New Economic Zone, Xixian New Area, newly approved by the central government, in the north. The park has direct access to a sound transport system of roads, railways, and airlines, including the Xihu Class 1 Road running east to west, the Beijing – Kunming (Xihan) Express (10-minute drive to the Xi'an downtown, and a 40-minute drive to Xianyang International Airport), No. 7 Road of Huyi District (a 5-minute drive to Xi'an Huanshan Tourism Road, and a 30-minute drive to the city of Xianyang), and Lanzhou-Lianyungang Railway Xian-Yuxia Line going south to north. What’s more, the park is located in beautiful surroundings with cultural relics such as Caotang Temple and Chongyang Palace, national forest parks such as the Zhuque National Forest Park and the Taiping National Forest Park, and entertainment centers such as the Yajian International golf club. It is supported by good infrastructure and services.

Xi'an Jinghe Industrial Park

Location: Gaoling County, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Brief Introduction 

The Xi'an Jinghe Industrial Park is located on both shores of the Jinghe River in Gaoling County, Xi'an. It covers a planning area of 31 square kilometers and has a population of 280,000. A center of economic development of Gaoling County, the Jinghe Industrial Park has accumulated infrastructure investment of one billion yuan and achieved “seven supplies and one leveling” in the southern area. In the northern area Phase I occupies 21 square kilometers with fundamentally completed supporting infrastructure. In the park, a high-standard hardened road extends 48 km, a drainage pipe network runs for 56 km; three 35KV transformer stations and one 110KV transformer station have been built with a power grid covering 138km. Infrastructure facilities have been put into service, including roads, drainage, power, natural gas, running water, telecom services, a broadband network, mobile phones, closed circuit TV, greening, a plaza and a refuse dump. Tertiary industries have begun to take shape, including telecom, postal service, banks, hospital, school, mobile communication, industry and commerce, tax administration, environmental protection and markets. Comprehensive service functions of the park are being constantly improved.

Xi'an Chanhe Economic and Technological Development Zone

Location: Chanba District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Brief Introduction

The Xi'an Chanhe Economic and Technological Development Zone was approved by the municipal government in 1992. The first phase of the zone is located in the Shilipu Area in Baqiao District of Xi'an Municipality, covering 3.86 square kilometers. It consists of three parts, an industrial zone, a central commercial street, and a southern tourist zone. A prestigious location advantage is enjoyed by the zone, which is only 5 kilometers from the Bell Tower, 3.5 kilometers from the Railway Station, 35 kilometers from the Xianyang International Airport, and 15 kilometers from the site of the Terracotta Warriors and Horses in Lintong. Three national highways, multiple main roads, and over 30 bus lines have made the transport convenient and easy. The Xi'an-Tongguan Highway also starts from here. Additionally, the world-famous Banpo Museum is just across the Chan’he River.

The zone is currently home to more than 50 domestic- and foreign-funded companies, including Xi'an Auqin Furnace Charge Co., Ltd., the largest ferroalloy producer in northwest China, and Xi'an Qinzhu Security Equipment and Technology Co., Ltd., a leading coal mining security equipment producer. Total investment is close to 6 billion yuan. Tourist projects including the Xi'an Banpo Lake Resort and garden-style residential projects such as Hua Qing Yuan, Jinyu Qingqing Garden, and Qinshui New City, as well as the first nano-technology park in China funded dominantly with foreign funds, Xi'an Nano-Technology Industrial Park, have been inaugurated in the Park. They constitute new growth points in the Baqiao District.


Baqiao Scientific Technology Industrial Park

Location: Baqiao District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Brief Introduction

Established in September 2002, the Baqiao Scientific Technology Industrial Park is a provincial-level development zone approved by provincial and municipal governments. It is an industry-oriented park covering an area of 223.6 hectares. In consideration of its geographic adjacency to Hongqing Mountain, White Deer Plain, and Lantian of Baqiao-Gaoling districts, it has been incorporated into overall urban planning as part of Bahe New District. Hence it enjoys municipal-level administration authority. With proper adjustments made to land use planning, the district has utilized biological advantages, implemented comprehensive management over mountains, water system, plains and forests, and improved city infrastructures in order to construct a feature township industry for tourist purposes and build a green ecological corridor in Bahe.

Xi'an Guodu Education Technology Industry Development Zone

Location: Chang'an District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Brief Introduction

The Xi'an Guodu Education Technology Industry Development Zone is located southwest of the ancient city of Xi'an. It connects with the Qinling Mountains in the south, and borders the Xi'an High-Tech Industries Development Zone in the north. Enjoying a plain terrain, the zone is endowed with a sound transportation system, including the Xiwan Highway, the Xihu Highway, the Xihan Highway, and the Xi'an Ring Expressway. In addition, two of the eight rivers near Chang’an, the Yuhe and Haohe rivers, flow through the district. Within the zone, ancient relics such as the Buddhist temple of Xiangji, the terrace site for making sacrifices to Cangjie who created Chinese writing characters, and the Tomb of King Mu of the Zhou Dynasty, add to its historic appeal. With a planned area of 28 square kilometers, it is the only provincial development zone featuring market transformation of educational research outcomes, high-tech industry, and cultural industry development.

Currently, there are 140 enterprises in the zone, including Pepsi Cola, one of the world’s top 500 enterprises, Japan Furukawa Electrical Corporation; and International Rectifier, one of the US’ top 100 IT enterprises. In harmonious development of economic and social cause, Xi'an Guodu Education Technology Industrial Development Zone is active in implementation of construction projects and has introduced more than 230 projects with investment totaling RMB 26 billion.

Xi'an Weiyang Industrial Park

Location: Weiyang District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Brief Introduction 

Xi'an Weiyang Industrial Park, planned and approved by the Xi'an Municipal People’s Government, has a strong presence in the petroleum, chemical and mechanical manufacturing industries. The industrial park is located to the northwest of Xi'an City, 15km from the downtown area, and is divided by the Weihe River and the Xi'an Xianyang International Airport. A special road running northward and leading directly to the airport runs through Liucunbao industrial park and meets a bypass expressway and the 3rd Ring Road. The park consists of commercial trading, residential, financial, education and social service areas; the western area is the production area of the industrial park. It covers a planning area of 4.73 square kilometers, suitable for one-piece development and comprehensive utilization.

The park has introduced more than 20 enterprises, such as Sinopec Xi'an Petrochemical Branch that attracted total investment of RMB1.3 billion, Yanlian Group Yanxi Fine Chemical Factory with total investment of RMB120 million, Construction Engineering Group of Changqing Petroleum Exploration Bureau with an investment of RMB140 million, Xi'an Huanghe Excavator Factory of Huanghe Engineering Group with an investment of RMB160 million as well as Xi'an New Northwest Shuanghe Pharmaceutical, Shaanxi Thinking Printing company, Qilianshan New Building Materials company, Xi'an Branch of Tianjin Dagang Heli Chemical Plant, Xi'an Branch of Wangjiaping Truck Combined Transport Corporation, Shaanxi Qing’an Welfare Packaging Material factory, Qing’an Metallurgy and Foundry Works, Qing’an Machinery Plant, Shaanxi Jiali Coating Co., Ltd., Xi'an Libang Pharmaceuticals Group, and XJTU Weixin Pharmaceuticals. Total output value of the enterprises amounts to nearly RMB5 billion and investment in infrastructure is RMB150 million, creating an industrial pattern based on petroleum chemical, pharmaceuticals, mechanical manufacturing and processing and paper making.

Xi'an Lantian Industrial Park

Location: 1 Baiyang Road, Lantian District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Tel:+86 29 82703613

Fax:+86 29 82735658


Brief Introduction

Lantian Industrial Park, inaugurated in July 1997, was approved as a provincial-level development zone by the NDRC and the Shaan’xi Provincial Government, with its name changed to “Shaanxi Lantian Industrial Zone” from “Xi'an Lantian Industrial Zone”. After a decade of development, it has become a dynamic center of modern industries with radiance over all of Lantian District. The Park, as a provincial development zone in the Guanzhong Industrial Belt, is 22 kilometers from Xi'an's downtown and directly connected with the city via the Xi'an-Lantian Highway, giving it unparalleled location advantages. Covering an area of 10 square kilometers, the park is a comprehensive zone featuring high-tech industries, bio-pharmaceuticals, new building materials, mechanical processing, deep processing of agricultural and sideline products, and commercial and residential buildings, as well as cultural and entertainment functions. There are over 70 companies in the zone. It is well-planned in terms of functions, infrastructure such as water, power, and gas supply, communication networks, road greening, and public facilities. 

Xi'an Yanliang National Aviation Hi-Tech Industrial Base



Administrative Committee

88 Lantian Road, Yanliang District, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Tel: +86 29 86855308

Fax: +86 29 86855309


Brief Introduction

The Xi'an Yanliang National Aviation Hi-Tech Industrial Base was approved by the NDRC in August 2004, and initiated in March 2005 as the first national-level aviation high-tech industrial base. Currently, the base is home to an aviation industrial cluster featuring plan design, manufacturing, trial flights, training, tourism, and exhibitions. More than 85% of companies registered in the Base are private or foreign-funded companies. In 2012, the Base was ranked 7th overall among 22 national-level development zones in western China, and topped the rankings in terms of technological innovation. Its influence has subsequently been significantly enhanced.

Xi'an National Civil Aerospace Industrial Base



Administrative Committee

369 Mid Hangtian Road, Xi'an, Shaanxi Province

Tel:+86 29 85688765

Brief Introduction

The Xi'an National Civil Aerospace Industrial Base was inaugurated in November 2006, targeting aviation industry clusters and national strategic emerging industries. It was realized through collective efforts of the provincial and municipal governments and China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC). In June 26, 2010, it was approved by the State Council as Shaanxi National Civil Aerospace Industrial Base. As of the end of 2014, an industrial cluster supported by the aviation and civil-military integration industry, satellite and application industry, new energy industry and new generation information technology, was formed. There are 114 projects under construction or preparation with total investment of 98.3 billion yuan. Among them, national strategic emerging industries account for more than one third by number and value.