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China Fortune Land Development Gives Boost to Chinese Industry with Technological Innovation

SILICON VALLEY, Calif., Feb. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- China Fortune Land Development Co., Ltd. (CFLD), a leading expert in investment and operation of industrial zones in China, officially launched a high-tech incubator in Silicon Valley on February 28. The incubator marks a new way to upgrade China's industries, a new platform to connect Chinese and US high-tech industries and a key step of CFLD's global expansion.

The US has the richest technological resources, the most sophisticated educational system, and the best innovative environment in the world. It fosters a large number of international giants and innovative startups that provide services and products to customers around the world.

The CFLD high-tech incubator is an important step for the company to achieve the goal of combining industrialization and innovation in China and the US. With the incubator, CFLD provides a new way to translate technological innovation into business results. Technological innovation in the US can develop in an industrial environment in the incubator and eventually reach the Chinese market.

This is a win-win scenario for both China and the US, said industry experts. The US has a large number of cutting-edge technologies and patents while China has a huge market. Through the incubator, US innovation can reach customers outside the US and China can upgrade its industries by importing advanced technology from overseas.

Compared to Chinese peers in Silicon Valley, the CFLD high-tech incubator not only emphasizes high-tech incubation, but also tries to find a way to connect industries from China and the US and build up a sustainable industrial value chain. CFLD aims to incubate high-tech projects in Silicon Valley and bring these projects to Chinese industrial parks for their further development when they are ready, in an effort to build up a whole industrial value chain.

The official launch of the CFLD high-tech incubator also marked the beginning of CFLD's global expansion. The incubator will accelerate the pace of integrating resources both in and out of China, connect cutting-edge technology around the world, and help translate innovation into business results.

Establishing a Chinese high-tech incubator in Silicon Valley and fostering high-tech projects in the US is in itself an innovation, said industry experts. This is an upgrading of CFLD's philosophy of "transferring, integrating, and incubating" by integrating resources around the world rather than just within China. CFLD's proactive initiative will help the company to reach resources and projects outside of China.

Founded in 1998, CFLD has been devoting itself to providing various industrial, logistics and commercial facilities for enterprises. It has rich experience in supporting industrial upgrading, with high quality industrial parks around Beijing, Shanghai and Shenyang, covering about 20 regions across China.

The industrial zones invested and operated by the company include Gu'an Industrial Area located about 50km from Tian'anmen Square, Dachang Chaobai River Industrial Area located 30km from China World Trade Center, and Huailai Ecological New City located at the foot of Badaling Great Wall and beside the Guanting Lake.

With its various industrial parks, CFLD is able to incubate a project in an appropriate place to help it develop in the best industrial environment.

The company's global team of experts formulates development strategies that invest in infrastructure construction and provide solutions for enterprises across the full range of the industry chain.

With its advantages in capital, industrial resources and industrial park operations, CFLD has taken a key step toward Silicon Valley, which may also prove to be a key step to connect high-tech advantages between China and the US.

SOURCE China Fortune Land Development Co., Ltd.

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