Presenter Information

Xifang Wang

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC Ballroom B/C/D

Event Website

http://www.cwu.edu/source/

Start Date

21-5-2015

End Date

21-5-2015

Keywords

Comprehensive Bonded Zone, Port, Prospects

Abstract

The poster is a graphic depiction of the problems that rapid economic development created for the Port of Liuzhou. As the industrial economy of Liuzhou City expanded, the port was increasingly unable to keep up with the import and export demands of the Liuzhou foreign trade market. The upgrading of the Port of Liuzhou has become a key factor in supporting the city’s economy and sustaining its growth. This task falls to the Liuzhou Port Administration Office. As is the case everywhere, expansion requires both authorization and the adequate appropriation of funds. Since the port is located in the West River Economic Zone, its recent upgrading at the National Development and Strategic Level will greatly facilitate Liuzhou’s efforts to establish a comprehensive bonded zone. The Port of Liuzhou as an inland port faces a unique set of problems that requires the integration of three key components: the inland river port, the dry port, and the airport. The poster illustrates the problems and prospects involved in establishing the future integrated port and comprehensive bonded zone.

Poster Number

59

Faculty Mentor(s)

Rex Wirth

Department/Program

Public Administration (MPA)

Additional Mentoring Department

Political Science

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May 21st, 11:30 AM May 21st, 2:00 PM

The Port of Liuzhou: Problems and Prospects

SURC Ballroom B/C/D

The poster is a graphic depiction of the problems that rapid economic development created for the Port of Liuzhou. As the industrial economy of Liuzhou City expanded, the port was increasingly unable to keep up with the import and export demands of the Liuzhou foreign trade market. The upgrading of the Port of Liuzhou has become a key factor in supporting the city’s economy and sustaining its growth. This task falls to the Liuzhou Port Administration Office. As is the case everywhere, expansion requires both authorization and the adequate appropriation of funds. Since the port is located in the West River Economic Zone, its recent upgrading at the National Development and Strategic Level will greatly facilitate Liuzhou’s efforts to establish a comprehensive bonded zone. The Port of Liuzhou as an inland port faces a unique set of problems that requires the integration of three key components: the inland river port, the dry port, and the airport. The poster illustrates the problems and prospects involved in establishing the future integrated port and comprehensive bonded zone.

http://digitalcommons.cwu.edu/source/2015/posters/111