***ONE TIME USE ONLY*** View of clusters of skyscrapers, high-rise office and residential apartment buildings in Shenzhen city, south Chinas Guangdong province, 10 August 2010. Shenzhen, Chinas first special economic zone (SEZ), plans to explore new economic development methods as well as improve its citizens happiness index in its future, Shenzhen Party Chief Wang Rong said. The economic zone will restructure its economic pattern and take the scientific development path to build itself into an international metropolitan, capable of competing with Hong Kong, Singapore as well as big cities in the US and Europe, said Wang. Shenzhen, which was originally a coastal village, took off economically after it was approved to become an SEZ on August 26, 1980. Now the city is among Chinas most developed regions and boasts a per capita GDP of US$13,600 in 2009. [15JUNE2014 CONTENTS FEATURE 1 POST MAGAZINE]

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***ONE TIME USE ONLY*** View of clusters of skyscrapers, high-rise office and residential apartment buildings in Shenzhen city, south Chinas Guangdong province, 10 August 2010. Shenzhen, Chinas first special economic zone (SEZ), plans to explore new economic development methods as well as improve its citizens happiness index in its future, Shenzhen Party Chief Wang Rong said. The economic zone will restructure its economic pattern and take the scientific development path to build itself into an international metropolitan, capable of competing with Hong Kong, Singapore as well as big cities in the US and Europe, said Wang. Shenzhen, which was originally a coastal village, took off economically after it was approved to become an SEZ on August 26, 1980. Now the city is among Chinas most developed regions and boasts a per capita GDP of US$13,600 in 2009. [15JUNE2014 CONTENTS FEATURE 1 POST MAGAZINE]
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