In the next five years, Xifeng will prioritize the development of its real economy, rely on its strong and unique industries, and work to make breakthroughs by forming a multi-lateral industrial layout.
Xifeng county's economic development zone in Guiyang, Southwest China’s Guizhou province, set a goal of becoming a mid and high-end manufacturing core supporting area at the beginning of this year.
Xifeng county recently rolled out a work plan in response to the provincial campaign to "make Guizhou stronger".
Xifeng county bureau of investment promotion recently issued a document requiring the county to budget 9 billion yuan ($1.35 billion) for business investment promotion in 2021.
Xifeng county in Southwest China's Guizhou province has adopted a raft of measures to stimulate businesses there, according to local officials.
Guiyang, "Zhu" ("筑" in Chinese, homophonic word of bamboo< 竹，zhu>) in short, is the capital of Guizhou Province and located in the geometric center of Western China. With a land area of 8,043square kilometers, Guiyang consists of 6 districts, 1 county-level city and 3 counties, with a national high-tech industrial zone, a national economic and technological development zone, a national integrated free trade zone and a national airport economic zone. As of 2018, it has a permanent population of 4,882,000. Guiyang is populated by 49 different ethnic groups including Han, Miao and Buyi, among which 11 are minorities residing here for generations.