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Bullet Point Introduction
Bullet Point Our Service Fees
Bullet Point Free Search
Bullet Point CCIP Additional Services
Bullet Point About Nantong
Bullet Point Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area (NETDA)
Bullet Point China Singapore Sutong Science & Technology Park (STP)
Bullet Point Nantong Export Processing Zone (NTEPZ)

Introduction

CCIP was founded in early 2013, by Mr. D. K. Stone, a British citizen with 12 years living and working experience in China, together with his Chinese wife, Mrs. Fiona Stone, and ispresently located in the CBD of Nantong City, Jiangsu Province, China.

Mr. Stone, after more than a decade of living and working in China, has identified a wide range of China-centric venture capital investment opportunities, most of which are backed by the government of the People's Republic of China.

CCIP (China Capital Investment Projects) is dedicated to providing a list of current, and forthcoming, China-centric venture capital investment projects, information, services, and solutions.

Predominantly, specialising in urban development and infrastructure projects, often involving investment and co-operation from both the public and private sectors.

However, CCIP (China Capital Investment Projects) does not manage funds for investment in Chinese stocks and shares.

Geographically, our primary focus is on projects in and around Nantong City, and Jiangsu Provice, although we also cover China, as a whole.

CCIP's role is that of an identifier, facilitator and interlocutor; assisting you to search out, pinpoint, and invest securely in the public and private sectors of the Chinese real estate, infrastructure, and construction markets.

In simple terms, we assist you in sourcing and engaging in your required investment opportunity.

Our Service Fees

Essentially, our service fee is minimal as far as you, the investors, are concerned.

As long as you engage us to work as your agent, we negotiate, on our own behalf, an Introducer's Reward, from the individual project developers, here in China. A kind of Finder's Fee, if you will, from whichever project we bring your particular investment to.

However, should our co-operation with you require travel or other monetary services, on your behalf, these will be calculated, by us, and paid for in advance, by you; with any differences being made up at an agreed date and time.

Over and above this, we require only a modest fee for monitoring and managing your portfolio in China.

How much?

Well, that all depends upon the total amount invested and its term of return; and for which, very specific quotations must be made by us, to you.

Firstly, however, we must determine exactly what your requirements are, before we can provide you with a quotation.

Free Search

If you have an interest, and would like us to perform a FOCIOS (Pron: Foe-See-Yos) (Free Of Cost Investment Opportunity Search) on your behalf; please, don't hesitate to contact us.

We look forward to being of service to you.

CCIP Additional Services

Our additonal services, which may not necessarily be related to investments of the type above, include, but are not limited to, the facilitation of visits, visa assistance, banking, translator or interpreter services, apartment rentals, and car and hotel bookings.

About Nantong

Nantong (Chinese: 南通; pinyin: Nántōng) is a prefecture-level city in Jiangsu province, People's Republic of China. Located on the northern bank of the Yangtze River, near the river mouth. Nantong is a vital river port bordering Yancheng to the north, Taizhou to the west, Suzhou and Shanghai to the south across the river, and the East China Sea to the east. Its current population is 7,282,835 at the 2010 census, 1,994,708 of whom live in the built-up area made up of 3 urban districts.

Nantong is one of the 14 port cities opened to foreign investment projects under China's current policies of modernization. Nantong was traditionally an industrial city, especially around the turn of the 20th century, specializing in salt and cotton textile production. Today’s industrial corporations have made Nantong into an industrial hub since it opened its door to the outside world in the 1990s. With its excellent geographic location and the completion of two Yangtze River bridges, the prefecture is attracting more investment funding nationwide. Many of these investments come from international corporations. In October 2007, Singapore RGM International signed an agreement with Rudong, a county under Nantong's jurisdiction, to invest in a port project, costing 9 billion Yuan or 1.33 billion USD, at Rudong Yangkou Port.

Today, Nantong is one of many fast-growing coastal cities in China. With the opening of Sutong Bridge in April 2008 and Chonghai Bridge in 2009, the city has been listed as the number one city in the Yangtze River Delta Economic Zone for foreign investment, surpassing its rivals Suzhou, Hangzhou and Nanjing.

As a sprawling metropolis, Nantong has experienced environment damage from its industrialization as well. The municipal government has been putting stiffer environmental policies into practice over the years and has spent tremendous amounts of money to curb pollution and plant more trees along its roads. The city is active in shutting down factories that do not meet its environment laws.

Nantong has developed rapidly in the last 25 years, as have most of the cities in the Yangtze River Delta. Nantong's rapid economic growth is generally attributed to its advantageous location just north of Shanghai. Nantong's Sutong Bridge furthered Nantong's integration with Shanghai, cutting transportation time between the cities down from three hours to just one hour.[3]

The shipping corporation Cosco has a large port and ship repair yard on the river. Cosco (Nantong) Shipyard Co., Ltd, the first shipyard of the Cosco group, has placed itself adjacent to the busy port of Nantong. The yard has 1120 m of coastline and is equipped with one cape-size and one panamax size floating dock. Cosco Shipyard handles approximately 150 vessels per year.[4]

Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area (NETDA)

Established in 1984, Nantong Economic & Technological Development Area (NETDA) was one of the first state-level development zones approved by the Chinese Central Government and has been certified as an ISO 14000 National Demonstration Zone. The zone benefits from superior transportation facilities by both rail and road. NETDA has direct links to two railways: the Xinyi-Changxing Railway and the Nanjing-Qidong Railway. Su-Tong Yangtze River Bridge feeds into the center of NETDA and connects the Nanjing-Nantong and Yancheng-Nantong Expressways to the north, and Shanghai-Nanjiang and Suzhou-Jiaxing-Hangzhou Expressways and Riverside Expressways to the south.

NETDA includes several subsidiary zones including Nantong Export Processing Zone, New Material Park, Opto-mechatronics Industrial Park and NETDA Business Park. Special incentives are offered for investments in areas of modern equipment manufacturing, such as in new materials, engineering, fine chemicals, new medicines, new energy and modern services. At present, NETDA has attracted a large number of renowned companies to settle in Nantong, such as Vonnex Allied IT Services, OJI Paper, Maxion, Johnson Controls, ITOCHU, and TSRC Corporation.[7]

China Singapore Sutong Science & Technology Park (STP)

Established in 2009, STP is one of the key projects of Jiangsu Province coastal development. It’s also a joint-venture park between Suzhou and Nantong, linking them on either side of the Yangtze River. The intended area is 50 square kilometers and is to be developed in three phases. It claims the project as "An International Enterprise Park and Eco-friendly City in Yangtze Delta".

Nantong Export Processing Zone (NTEPZ)

Nantong Export Processing Zone (NTEPZ) is situated in the Nantong Economic and Technological Development Area with a planned area of 2.98 square kilometers. The Tong-Qi canal marks its western and northern boundaries, with Dongfang Avenue and Fuxin Road its eastern and southern boundaries respectively. NTPEZ is located at a communication hub, adjoining the main coastal artery of communications between north and south, close to the estuary of the Yangze River, only 8 kilometers to the Su(Suzhou)-Tong(Nangtong)Changjiang Bridge.[8]

Nantong At Night

Nantong By Night

About Nantong Source: Wikipedia

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