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
Guangzhou

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

Topic |   Guangzhou
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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