China (Hainan) Free Trade Port
Hainan is an island province of China and the nation’s southernmost point. It's known for its tropical climate, beach resorts and forested, mountainous interior.
The Hainan Free Trade Port is 27 times the total area of the other 11 free trade pilot zones in China. The island’s pilot areas cover all three industries, involving investment and trade, financial services, ecological civilization, marine economy, and military-civilian integration. , Forming advantages that are more conducive to the establishment of a complete modern industrial system. In 2020, there were 203 newly established foreign-funded enterprises in Hainan, a year-on-year increase of 24.54%; the actual use of foreign capital was US$319 million, a year-on-year increase of 98.69%
It attracting investment from Fortune 500 companies such as the British Rio Tinto Group, Thailand's Chia Tai Group, and EDF Group. Four countries (regions) including Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, Singapore and the United States have actual funding.