Nansha is home to South China’s largest port and is part of Guangdong’s pilot new free trade zone. Photo: Zhao Lixing/Airphoto
Nansha is home to South China’s largest port and is part of Guangdong’s pilot new free trade zone. Photo: Zhao Lixing/Airphoto
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China plans its first ‘free data port’ in Guangzhou as Beijing eyes total control over cross-border information flows

  • The Nansha International Data Free Trade Port will be the country’s trial project for cross-border data transfer
  • The project is expected to play an important role in future data exchanges between China and the outside world amid tighter regulations

Nansha is home to South China’s largest port and is part of Guangdong’s pilot new free trade zone. Photo: Zhao Lixing/Airphoto
Nansha is home to South China’s largest port and is part of Guangdong’s pilot new free trade zone. Photo: Zhao Lixing/Airphoto
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