East Lake High-tech Development Zone -- also known as Optics Valley of China and located in Wuhan, capital city of Central China's Hubei province -- issued interim measures for the management of an emergency fund for re-lending on June 17.
The East Lake High-tech Development Zone -- also known as Optics Valley and located in Wuhan, capital of Central China's Hubei province -- is moving to boost the development of its online new economy, according to officials.
This policy is valid for three years and will come into effect 30 days after the date of promulgation (Oct 15, 2019).
In a bid to fully apply the national, provincial and municipal policies to support the steady development of businesses in response to the COVID-19 epidemic situation, as well as boost local economic and social development, Wuhan East Lake High-tech Development Zone -- also known as Optics Valley of China -- has formulated a policy implementation plan.
This admittance criteria applies to all industrial parks in the zone, including Biolake, Wuhan Future City, the East Lake Free Trade Zone, Optoelectronic Information Industrial Park, the Modern Service Industrial Park, Smart Manufacturing Industrial Park, Chinese Sci-tech City and Optics Valley Central City.