Shenzhen, a city on the South China Sea coast, is a hub on the Maritime Silk Road. It neighbors Hong Kong. Occupying an area of 1,953 square kilometers, the city has a subtropical marine climate with plenty of rain and sunshine and is rich in tropical fruit.
As a city of migrants, Shenzhen is open-minded, tolerant and innovative. It is an ideal place for domestic and international talent to start businesses. It has been voted as China's Most Dynamic City and City Most Favored by Migrant Workers. Shenzhen was named by Forbes' Chinese version as the most innovative city on the Chinese mainland in October 2010. According to a listing by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, Shenzhen is the fourth most competitive city in China.
With the "Shenzhen Speed", the metropolis has created world urban development miracles over the past 35 years. Its spirit for innovation and entrepreneurship, together with the deep reform, has given many starters to grow in the society which became the driving force behind its development.
In less than 30 years, Shenzhen, a tiny border town of 30,000 people in 1979, has grown into a modern metropolis. It established many firsts in the history of world industrialization, urbanization and modernization. In 2008, Shenzhen’s GDP reached RMB 780.65 billion, ranking the 4th, and its GDP per capita peaked USD13,153, ranking the 1st among major cities in China. Moreover, the city’s industrial added value amounted to RMB 361.83 billion. The economic structure and the ratios of agriculture, industry and service are 0.1:50.9:49.0.In 2009, Shenzhen mapped out plans to promote the development of three new industries - namely biotech, new energy and Internet - which are quickly becoming new engines for the city's economic growth. In 2010, the growth speed of biotech, new energy and Internet industries reached 30%, 24.2% and 29.3% respectively.By the end of 2010, there were 10.36 million permanent residents, of whom 2.51 million had hukou (household registration).
The history has brought creative changes in various ways. Innovation and the further development of the "Belt and Road" initiative are of historic importance to Shenzhen, which thus has the opportunity of spearheading globalization and leapfrog development.
A gateway to the world for China, Shenzhen is one of the most developed cities in China and a city that has grown the fastest. It is also the high-tech and manufacturing hub in southern China, the world's fourth-busiest container port, China's fourth-busiest airport and one of the most popular tourist destinations in China. The high-tech, logistics, financial services and cultural industries are mainstays of the city.
Shenzhen is changing its mode of growth. While great attention was put in onto the speed of economic growth in the past, now the emphasis is on the quality of growth.
In 2015, Shenzhen’s high-tech industry achieved 584.791 billion RMB in value added industrial output, representing growth of 13.0%. The number of Shenzhen’s national-level high tech enterprises reached 5,524, constituting approximately half of the number of these enterprises in all of Guangdong Province. Shenzhen’s high-tech industry is already quite large, and features a cluster of enterprises spread throughout a variety of high-tech sectors, of which electronic information is the most prominent. This has allowed Shenzhen to become an important center within China for converting successes in high-tech research into successful industrial products. Major industrial parks/zones for the high-tech industry include the Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park, the Shenzhen Software Industry Base, and Shenzhen Cloud Park. Well-known representatives of the local high-tech industry include Huawei and ZTE.
Shenzhen is one of China’s main ﬁnancial centers, and boasts some of China’s most complete ﬁnancial market mechanisms and most dynamic cross-border RMB services, in addition to being one of China’s most welcoming cities for innovation. In 2015, the value added industrial output of Shenzhen’s ﬁnancial services industry was 254.282 billion RMB, representing growth of 15.9%, and constituting 14.5% of GDP. This gave Shenzhen one of the highest ﬁnancial industries to total GDP ratios amongst Mainland China’s cities. Shenzhen ranks third nationally in total ﬁnancial assets, local and foreign deposit balances, and loan balance, and is home to 46,000 VC/PE institutions, with registered capital in excess of 2.7 trillion RMB. Districts home to high numbers of ﬁnancial service enterprises include Futian, Luohu, and the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone of Shenzhen. This Qianhai zone will serve as a national pilot demonstration ‘window’ for the relaxation and opening of policies governing foreign participation in the ﬁnancial industry. Two of the better known Shenzhen-based ﬁnancial enterprises are China Ping An and China Merchants Bank.
Shenzhen is one of China’s leading cities for logistics, and its logistics industry produced 178.270 billion RMB of value added industrial output in 2015, representing growth of 9.4%. Shenzhen currently has over 17,000 logistics enterprises, almost 10 of which have operating revenue in excess of 10 billion RMB, and also is the home of 6 publicly listed logistics enterprises. Over 80% of supply chain management companies nationwide have their headquarters in Shenzhen, and more than 60 famous international logistics enterprises have operations in Shenzhen, including America’s UPS, Germany’s Lufthansa, Denmark’s Maersk, and Cainiao. Some of Shenzhen’s major industrial parks for the logistics industry include the Qianhai Bay Bonded Logistics Park, the Yantian Logistics Park, the Da Konggang Aviation Logistics Park, the Pinghu Logistics Park, and the Huanan Logistics Park. Well-known Shenzhen-based logistics enterprises include S.F. Express and Eternal Asia.
Shenzhen, a member of the ﬁrst group of National Bioindustry Bases in China, is now home to a large gathering of bioindustry enterprises. The municipality’s biomedical engineering and biopharmaceutical sectors are domestic leaders, and ﬁelds such as advanced biomedical engineering, gene sequencing and bioinformatics, and cell therapy have ascended to leading positions worldwide. Shenzhen’s biology (bio) sector already features 300 innovative entities spread across many ﬁelds and levels (21 of these are national-level enterprises/entities). In 2015, the value added industrial output of Shenzhen’s bioindustry was 25.468 billion RMB, representing growth of 12.4%. Major industrial zones/parks for the bioindustry include Shenzhen International Biovalley, Shenzhen High-Tech Industrial Park, and Shenzhen Biomedicine Innovations Industrial Park. Chipscreen and Mindray are two of Shenzhen’s better known local enterprises in bio-industry
Shenzhen has one of the largest new energy industries among China’s large and medium-size cities, and boasts a complete new energy industry chain that covers everything from equipment manufacturing to energy services. Key sectors such as nuclear energy, solar energy, bioenergy, and all-electric cars are growing extremely quickly. In 2015, Shenzhen’s new energy industry attained value added industrial output of 40.587 billion RMB, representing 10.1% growth. Main industrial parks/zones for the new energy industry include Pingshan New District New Energy Automobile Industry Base, and the Longgang District New Energy Industry Base. Representative local enterprises engaged in new energy include BYD Auto, and Shenzhen Energy.
Shenzhen was one of China’s ﬁrst cities to develop its Internet industry. A collection of cutting- edge enterprises, led by Tencent, has been fostered in Shenzhen, and the municipality has already become a major center and gathering place for China’s Internet industry. “Internet +” is a concept in wide use throughout Shenzhen’s various economic sectors, having penetrated into government, community services, ﬁnance, manufacturing, and business, among other ﬁelds(“Internet+ refers to using the Internet to advance work in other ﬁeld). In addition, Shenzhen was part of the ﬁrst group of cities approved to establish themselves as National E-Commerce Model Cities. In 2015, Shenzhen’s Internet industry’s value added industrial output was 75.606 billion RMB, representing growth of 19.3%. Major industrial parks/zones for the Internet industry include Shekou Net Valley, Futian International E-Commerce Park, and the Shenzhen Bao’an Internet Industry Base. Tencent and Thunder Networking Technologies are two of Shenzhen’s many well-known local Internet enterprises.
Shenzhen was the ﬁrst Chinese city to establish a “culture-based city” strategy, and it has pioneered the exploration of many new growth models, including “culture+ science and technology”, “culture + ﬁnance”, “culture+ tourism”, etc. In 2015, Shenzhen’s cultural and creative industry enjoyed value added industrial output of 175.714 billion RMB, growth of 13.1%. Shenzhen was the ﬁrst city nationwide to receive the title of “City of Design” from UNESCO. Design sectors such as industrial design and graphic design are in the vanguard of the nation, and Shenzhen enterprises have led China for four consecutive years in their number of iF international design awards received. Major industrial parks for the cultural and creative industry include Shenzhen National Cartoon & Animation Industry Base, Shenzhen (Tianmian) “City of Design” Creative Design Industrial Estate, and the Sino-Finnish Design Park. Representative local cultural and creative enterprises include Fantawild Holdings Inc and Newplan. -NEW MATERIALS INDUSTRY Shenzhen’s new materials industry features a complete industrial framework, and key sectors of the industry, such as electronic information materials, new energy materials, biological materials, energy saving construction materials, graphene nanomaterials, and metamaterials, are all thriving. In 2015, Shenzhen’s new materials industry produced value added industrial output of 32.924 billion RMB, representing growth of 11.3%. Major industrial parks for the industry include the Guangming Electronic Communication Materials and Pingshan Power Cell Materials centers. Some of Shenzhen’s key local enterprises in the new materials industry include CSG Holding Co., Ltd., the Kuang-Chi Institute of Advanced Technology, and BTR.
Shenzhen’s new materials industry features a complete industrial framework, and key sectors of the industry, such as electronic information materials, new energy materials, biological materials, energy saving construction materials, graphene nanomaterials, and metamaterials, are all thriving. In 2015, Shenzhen’s new materials industry produced value added industrial output of 32.924 billion RMB, representing growth of 11.3%. Major industrial parks for the industry include the Guangming Electronic Communication Materials and Pingshan Power Cell Materials centers. Some of Shenzhen’s key local enterprises in the new materials industry include CSG Holding Co., Ltd., the Kuang-Chi Institute of Advanced Technology, and BTR.
The next generation information technology industry is a leading driver of Shenzhen’s economic growth and industrial transformation. China’s top ten electronic information enterprises have their headquarters or regional headquarters in Shenzhen, and Shenzhen has already become an important manufacturing, R&D, export, and logistics base for China’s IT industry. In 2015, Shenzhen’s next generation information technology industry attained value added industrial output of 317.307 billion RMB. This represented growth of 19.1%, and marked yet another year in which the industry’s speed of growth was more than twice that of GDP for the same period. Shenzhen Software Industry Park, Shenzhen Bay Eco-Technology Park, and Banxuegang Science and Technology Town are some of the next generation information technology industry’s primary industrial parks in Shenzhen. Representative local IT enterprises include Huawei, ZTE, and Hytera. -ENERGY CONSERVATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION INDUSTRY Shenzhen has set building itself into an important energy conservation and environmental protection base and center of innovation as an important goal, and the municipality is a leader domestically in ﬁelds such as high efﬁciency energy conservation (high efﬁciency motor fans, energy control and conservation, etc.), advanced environmental protection (environmental monitoring, wastewater treatment, etc.), and resource recycling (waste-to-energy (WtE), electronic waste recycling, etc.). In 2015, the energy conservation and environmental protection industry had value added industrial output of 32.742 billion RMB, representing growth of 12.0%. Major parks/ zones for the industry in Shenzhen include the International Low-carbon Town and Guangming New District LED Industry Park; well-known local enterprises include Das Intellitech, Techand, and Dongjiang Environment. -LIFE SCIENCE AND HEALTH CARE INDUSTRY Shenzhen’s life science and wellness industry features a group of enterprises with strong competitive abilities and relatively high market shares. Life science and wellness enterprises enjoy good developmental foundations and industrial advantages in Shenzhen, and the municipality is home to a pioneering cluster of enterprises in the ﬁeld. The value of Shenzhen’s life science and wellness industry’s output has already exceeded 30 billion RMB, and it ranks ﬁrst in the world in its next generation sequencing abilities. Biomedical industry sectors such as stem cells, cancer cellular immunotherapy and gene therapy have established sturdy developmental foundations, with a portion of these ﬁelds having attained internationally leading positions. Shenzhen’s life science and wellness industry is centered in industrial parks/zones such as Shenzhen International Biovalley and Shenzhen International Low-carbon Town. Two of Shenzhen's famed local enterprises in the industry are BGI and Beike Biotechnology.
Shenzhen has set building itself into an important energy conservation and environmental protection base and center of innovation as an important goal, and the municipality is a leader domestically in fields such as high efficiency energy conservation (high efficiency motor fans, energy control and conservation, etc.), advanced environmental protection (environmental monitoring, wastewater treatment, etc.), and resource recycling (waste-to-energy (WtE), electronic waste recycling, etc.). In 2015, the energy conservation and environmental protection industry had value added industrial output of 32.742 billion RMB, representing growth of 12.0%. Major parks/ zones for the industry in Shenzhen include the International Low-carbon Town and Guangming New District LED Industry Park; well-known local enterprises include Das Intellitech, Techand, and Dongjiang Environment.
Shenzhen’s life science and wellness industry features a group of enterprises with strong competitive abilities and relatively high market shares. Life science and wellness enterprises enjoy good developmental foundations and industrial advantages in Shenzhen, and the municipality is home to a pioneering cluster of enterprises in the field. The value of Shenzhen’s life science and wellness industry’s output has already exceeded 30 billion RMB, and it ranks first in the world in its next generation sequencing abilities. Biomedical industry sectors such as stem cells, cancer cellular immunotherapy and gene therapy have established sturdy developmental foundations, with a portion of these fields having attained internationally leading positions. Shenzhen’s life science and wellness industry is centered in industrial parks/zones such as Shenzhen International Biovalley and Shenzhen International Low-carbon Town. Two of Shenzhen's famed local enterprises in the industry are BGI and Beike Biotechnology.
Shenzhen has already completed the initial stages of building its modern marine industrial system, which is comprised of three main sectors—maritime transportation and carriage, offshore oil and gas, and coastal tourism—that are aided immensely by Shenzhen’s unique geographical and economic positioning. These are supplemented by such emerging marine industry sectors as marine electronic information, marine biology, and high-end marine equipment. Shenzhen is also currently forging itself into a National Model City for the Development of the Marine Economy and Marine Science. China Merchants Holdings (International) Co., Ltd. and China International Marine Containers (Group) Co., Ltd. are two of the Shenzhen marine industry’s well-known local enterprises.
Shenzhen’s aviation industry’s achievements have been quite striking, and Shenzhen’s aviation sector possesses an industry framework that already spans numerous fields (including airworthiness certification research and development, aviation electrical parts, aircraft equipment modules, drones, and airport ground installation manufacturing). The municipality’s space industry has also begun to reach impressive heights: Shenzhen is already an important R&D and manufacturing base for micro-satellites, satellite navigation component parts and end equipment, among other fields. Industrial parks/zones that serve as primary homes to the aerospace industry in Shenzhen include the Shenzhen Nanshan Aviation Electronics Industrial Park and the Northwestern Polytechnical University’s Aviation Production Base. Well-known local aerospace enterprises include DJI Innovations, AVIC International Industrial Holding, and Shenzhen Zero (Xiro).
Shenzhen has relied on its advantages in traditional infrastructure and equipment, ever- improving upstream research and developmental abilities, and mature downstream consumption markets to create a “closed loop” for its robotics industry chain. Shenzhen’s enterprises are leaders domestically in producing technology in fields such as system integration, controllers, servers, multi-sensor fusion, signal processing, and human-machine interaction. Examples of such technical proficiency include Foxconn’s robot bodies, Rapoo’s system integration, Inovance’s servers, and Googol’s controllers.
Shenzhen has already become China’s largest wearable device R&D and manufacturing base. With a complete industry chain featuring everything from sensors and ﬂexible parts to interactive solutions, and a group of enterprises that are domestic leaders in producing wearable devices such as smart watches and health devices, new products and new industry trends are continuously appearing in Shenzhen. Shenzhen is the largest gathering site of wearable device enterprises in China, with more than one thousand of these enterprises calling the municipality home. Shenzhen’s wearable device industry’s support structure and degree of maturity are not frequently seen elsewhere in the world, and enterprises such as Huawei and Coolpad, and the products they produce, have already assumed leading positions not only in China, but across the world as well.
Shenzhen is already a leader in China’s smart equipment/device manufacturing industry, with an annual output value of approximately 500 billion RMB. The municipality is a domestic industry leader for automatic laser welding equipment and PCB circuit board 3D testing equipment. Shenzhen has also witnessed major research and manufacturing breakthroughs for patient/ medical monitoring instruments. Examples include BGI obtaining the first two approvals in China for second generation genome sequencers, and Edan successfully bringing the nation’s.
(⼀一)⿎鼓励企业、⾼高等院校和科研机构承担《国家中⻓长期科学和技术发展规划纲要》重⼤大专项、 国家重⼤大科技基础设施、国家⾼高技术产业发展计划、国家科学中⼼心、国家实验室等建设任务,凡在 深圳建设实施的,予以配套⽀支持。企业、⾼高等院校和科研机构承担国家⼯工程实验室、国家重点实验 室、国家⼯工程中⼼心建设任务,并在深圳建设实施的,予以最⾼高 1500 万元配套⽀支持。企业、⾼高等院校和科研机构承担国家科技⽀支撑计划、科技基础条件平台、企业技术中⼼心、973 和 863 等各类国家计 划及项⺫⽬目,在深圳建设实施的,予以最⾼高 800 万元配套⽀支持;并⽀支持企业、⾼高等院校和科研机构承 担各类⼲⼴广东省的科技计划及项⺫⽬目。国家对本政策措施上述配套项⺫⽬目有特别规定的,按照国家规定予 以配套⽀支持。
(⼆二)市级重点实验室建设予以最⾼高 500 万元资助;市级⼯工程(技术)研究中⼼心建设予以 300 万元资助。评估优秀的国家级、省级重点实验室、⼯工程中⼼心,予以最⾼高 1000 万元的创新能⼒力提升资 助;评估优秀的市级重点实验室,予以最⾼高 500 万元的创新能⼒力提升资助;评估优秀的国家级企业 技术中⼼心、市级⼯工程(技术)研究中⼼心,予以最⾼高 200万元的创新能⼒力提升资助。
(三)中央直属企业、国内著名企业、跨国公司、国家研究机构、国家重点⼤大学在深圳设⽴立独 ⽴立法⼈人资格、符合深圳⾼高新技术产业重点发展⽅方向的研发机构,予以最⾼高 500 万元建设资助。
(五)市政府设⽴立产业发展与创新⼈人才奖,每年安排 2 亿元,按照《深圳市产业发展与创新⼈人 才奖暂⾏行办法》对符合规定条件的个⼈人予以奖励。
(六)市政府每年安排创新创业计划专项经费,举办全国性的创业⼤大赛,吸引创业投资机构投 资具有市场前景的新产品、新服务等创业项⺫⽬目,⼲⼴广泛聚集创新⼈人才、创新团队在深圳创业。市科技 研发资⾦金每年安排 3000 万元⽀支持竞赛优胜者在深圳实施竞赛优胜项⺫⽬目或者创办创业企业。在创新型 产业⽤用房规划中,政府投资建设 5 万-8 万平⽅方⽶米⽤用房,⽀支持竞赛优胜者创办的创业企业⼊入驻,对⼊入 驻企业予以 2 年免房租、第三年房租减半资助,并提供商业企划等配套服务。
(七)扩⼤大我市⼈人才公寓供应计划规模,将⾼高新技术产业创新⼈人才住房纳⼊入⼈人才公寓供应计划,并按规定条件申请限价商品房和经济适⽤用住房。对于符 合条件未能享受⼈人才公寓政策的予以安居资助。产业园区配套建设的公共租赁住房优先⾯面向⾼高新技 术产业创新⼈人才租赁。
(⼋八)经认定的国家级⾼高新技术企业减按 15%的税率征收企业所得税。深圳经济特区内在 2008 年 1 ⽉月 1 ⽇日(含)以后完成登记注册、经认定的国家级⾼高新技术企业在经济特区内取得的所得,⾃自 取得第⼀一笔⽣生产经营收⼊入所属纳税年度起,第⼀一年⾄至第⼆二年免征企业所得税,第三年⾄至第五年按照 25%的法定税率减半征收企业所得税。
(九)2008 年 1 ⽉月 1 ⽇日以后注册成⽴立经认定的国家级⾼高新技术企业,在享受国家“⼆二免三减半” 所得税优惠政策后 2年内,按其缴纳企业所得税形成深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分 50%予以研发资助;2008 年 1 ⽉月 1 ⽇日以后注册成⽴立经认定的国家级⾼高新技术企业,未能享受国家“⼆二免三减半”所得税优惠政策 的,⾃自认定当年和第⼆二年 2 年内,按其缴纳企业所得税形成深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分 50%予以研发资助; 2008 年 1 ⽉月 1 ⽇日前注册成⽴立的⾼高新技术企业享受“⼆二免六减半”政策的,2008 年、2009 年按其缴纳 企业所得税形成深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分 50%予以研发资助。
(⼗十)经认定的国家级⾼高新技术企业⾃自认定当年起,可以上⼀一年增值税为基数,形成的新增增 值税深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分50%,3 年内由市财政予以研发资助;购置新建⽣生产经营⽤用房缴纳契税,由 市财政予以研发资助;新建或购置新建的⽣生产经营房产,在享受国家房产税优惠期满后 2 年内缴纳 房产税,由市财政予以研发资助。
(⼗十⼀一)经认定的市级⾼高新技术企业,⾃自认定当年和第⼆二年 2 年内,按其缴纳企业所得税形成 深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分 50%予以研发资助。本政策措施第九条、第⼗十条以及本条规定的优惠政策不重复 享受。
(⼗十⼆二)重点软件企业在享受国家所得税“⼆二免三减半”中的“三减半”政策优惠期间及所得税优惠 期满后 5 年内缴 纳企业所得税形成深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分 50%,由市财政予以研发资助。
(⼗十三)企业为开发新技术、新产品、新⼯工艺发⽣生的研究开发费⽤用,未形成⽆无形资产计⼊入当期 损益的,在按照规定据实扣除的基础上,按照研究开发费⽤用的 50%加计扣除;形成⽆无形资产的,按 照⽆无形资产成本的 150%摊销。
(⼗十四)技术进步、产品更新换代较快的固定资产可以采取缩短折旧年限或者采取加速折旧的 ⽅方法。企事业单位购进软件,凡符合固定资产或⽆无形资产确认条件的,可以按照固定资产或⽆无形资 产进⾏行核算,经主管税务机关核准,其折旧或摊销年限可以适当缩短,最短可为 2 年。集成电路⽣生 产企业的⽣生产性设备,经主管税务机关核准,其折旧年限可以适当缩短,最短可为 3 年。
(⼗十五)加⼤大市科技研发资⾦金投⼊入,⾃自 2009 年起,连续3 年,每年新增 3 亿元,重点在软件与 ⺴⽹网络服务、集成电路设计、半导体照明、新能源等产业领域,开展⼀一批重⼤大公益技术、产业前沿技 术、关键技术的研究开发项⺫⽬目与应⽤用⽰示范,增强⾼高新技术产业核⼼心竞争⼒力和发展后劲。加⼤大⾼高技术 重⼤大项⺫⽬目专项资⾦金投⼊入,⽤用于引进我市产业链关键技术、缺失环节和重⼤大项⺫⽬目。
(⼗十六)加强公共技术服务平台建设,加⼤大共性技术研究开发与应⽤用⽰示范,对开放式、专业化 共性技术研发与测试平台建设予以资助。 (⼗十七)企业⾃自⾏行开发并达到国内先进⽔水平、具有重⼤大推⼲⼴广应⽤用价值的重点纯软件产品,年销 售额达到 1000 万元以上 的,对该产品新增增值税形成地⽅方财⼒力部分,3 年内市财政予以研发资助。
(⼗十⼋八)经认定的拥有发明专利或者核⼼心知识产权的重点⾃自主创新产品,⾃自认定之⽇日起 2 年 内,该产品新增利润形成地⽅方财⼒力部分,新增增值税形成地⽅方财⼒力部分 50%,由市财政予以研发资 助。
(⼗十九)启动创新型产业⽤用房建设⽅方案,⾃自 2008 年到2010 年底,我市建成 500 万-600 万平⽅方 ⽶米的创新型产业⽤用房,⽀支持我市⾼高新技术产业发展。
(⼆二⼗十)保障创新型产业⽤用房优先纳⼊入近期建设规划年度实施计划和年度⼟土地利⽤用计划,在每 年新增⼯工业⽤用地中,⾼高新 技术产业⽤用地所占⽐比例不低于 60%。
(⼆二⼗十⼆二)⽀支持技术市场发展,扩⼤大技术和项⺫⽬目来源,促进技术成果产业化。对建⽴立技术转移 机构的⾼高等院校,资助其开办费 50%、最⾼高 50 万元;对开展技术转移协作的⾼高等院 校,根据其技术转移协作情况,并经考核合格后每年资助最⾼高20 万元。⿎鼓励和⽀支持科技中介发 展,加⼤大科技中介从业⼈人员的培训、考核、规范与监督⼒力度,促进科技中介健康有序发展。
(⼆二⼗十三)政府采购、政府投资⼯工程在同等条件下应当优先采购国家和本市⾃自主创新产品⺫⽬目录 中的产品和服务。政府重⼤大建设项⺫⽬目以及其他使⽤用财政性资⾦金采购重⼤大装备和产品的项⺫⽬目,有关部 ⻔门应将承诺采购⾃自主创新产品作为申报⽴立项的条件,并明确采购⾃自主创新产品的具体要求;国产和 本市设备采购⽐比例⼀一般不得低于总价值的 60%。不按要求采购⾃自主创新产品的,财政部⻔门不予⽀支付 资⾦金。
(⼆二⼗十四)本市企业开发的⾸首次投放市场、代表先进技术 发展⽅方向、符合政府采购技术标准、具有⾃自主知识产权的⾃自主创新产品,经认定后应当实⾏行政 府⾸首购。
(⼆二⼗十五)市政府与担保机构、银⾏行共同设⽴立再担保资 ⾦金,为企业⼩小额短期资⾦金需求提供信⽤用再担保,扩⼤大企业创新资⾦金的来源渠道。⿎鼓励政策性银 ⾏行、商业银⾏行、担保机构开展知识产权权利质押业务试点。市政府设⽴立 10 亿元重点民营企业⼤大额中 ⻓长期银⾏行贷款⻛风险补偿资⾦金,为⾻骨干企业增信。
(⼆二⼗十六)市政府分阶段投资 30 亿元设⽴立创业投资引导资⾦金,培育种⼦子期和起步期的创业企业 成⻓长。建⽴立天使投资⼈人备案登记制度,创业投资引导资⾦金对其所投资种⼦子期和起步期的创业企业进 ⾏行配投参股。
(⼆二⼗十七)经备案的创业投资企业,采取股权投资⽅方式投资于未上市中⼩小⾼高新技术企业 2 年以 上(含 2 年),凡符合财政部、国家税务总局《关于促进创业投资企业发展有关税收政策的通知》 规定条件的,可按其对中⼩小⾼高新技术企业投资额的70%抵扣该创业投资企业的应纳税所得额。 (⼆二⼗十⼋八)经备案的创业投资企业投资种⼦子期的创业企业实现营业税、企业所得税形成深圳地 ⽅方财⼒力部分,⾃自缴纳营业税、企业所得税之⽇日起,按照该创业投资企业占被投企业的股权⽐比例,前 2 年予以 100%资助,后 3 年予以 50%资助,最⾼高资助额不超过其对创业企业投资额。 (⼆二⼗十九)⿎鼓励来深圳创办创业投资企业,投资额 50%以上在深圳的创业投资企业,⾃自备案之 ⽇日起 3 年内,对其所缴纳的营业税和企业所得税形成深圳地⽅方财⼒力部分予以 50%资助,符合条件的 可享受《深圳市⽀支持⾦金融业发展若干规定》及相关实施细则的优惠政策。
(三⼗十)⿎鼓励市技术产权交易机构探索创建⾮非公开股权柜台交易市场,提⾼高创业、创新型企业 私募股权融资效率和⾮非公 开股权流动性,改善企业治理结构和管理⽔水平,为公开资本市场培育上市企业资源。
(三⼗十⼀一)积极争取⾼高新区进⼊入股份代办系统试点,推进⾼高新区⾮非上市股份有限公司股份报价 转让系统挂牌⼯工作,对在该系统进⾏行股份报价转让的企业,予以最⾼高 180 万元资助。
(三⼗十⼆二)市政府各部⻔门应当⾃自本政策措施发布之⽇日起 3个⽉月内,依法定程序制定或完善具体 实施办法与操作规程,明 确申请条件,简化操作流程,加强考核监督,确保各项政策落实。各区⼈人民政府可以结合本区 实际情况,根据本政策措施制定实施办法。
(三⼗十三)本政策措施⾃自发布之⽇日起实施。深圳市⼈人民政府《印发关于进⼀一步扶持⾼高新技术产 业发展的若干规定(修订)的通知》(深府〔1999〕171 号)同时废⽌止;深圳市⼈人民政府《印发关 于⿎鼓励软件产业发展的若干政策的通知》(深府〔2001〕11 号)第七条同时停⽌止执⾏行。本政策措施 发布以前经批准享受财政优惠政策但尚未期满的,可以继续享受⾄至财政优惠政策期满。国家政策若 有重⼤大调整或另有规定的,本政策措施有关条款将予以相应调整。
Procedures for Granting Subsidies for Investment Projects in Weak Areas of Shenzhen’s Industrial Chain (Provisional)
Chapter 1 General Provisions
Article 1 These Procedures are formulated for the purpose of optimizing Shenzhen’s industrial structure and intensifying efforts to attract investment in weak areas of the industrial chain in accordance with the Relevant Measures on Improving Enterprise Competitiveness (No.8 , Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission) and Rules on Implementation of Relevant Measures on Improving Enterprise Competitiveness (No.149 , Economy, Trade and Information Commission of Shenzhen Municipality).
Article 2 Subsidies for investment projects in weak areas of the industrial chain stipulated in the Measures (hereinafter referred to as the subsidies) are included under the budget of the municipal investment promotion department and are project funds under the public budget for subsidies for investment projects in weak areas of Shenzhen’s industrial chain in accordance with the Provisional Regulations on Management of Special Funds under Municipal Budget of Shenzhen (No. 68 , General Office of the People's Government of Shenzhen Municipality, the Relevant Measures on Improving Enterprise Competitiveness (No.8 , Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission) and Rules on Implementation of Relevant Measures on Improving Enterprise Competitiveness (No. 149 , Economy, Trade and Information Commission of Shenzhen Municipality).
Article 3 The subsidies will be administered by the municipal investment attraction department and reviewed at the joint meeting for management of subsidies for investment projects in weak areas of Shenzhen’s industrial chain (hereinafter referred to as the joint meeting).
Article 4 Each district (new district) can set up additional subsidies under their district budget in accordance with their financial conditions.
Chapter 2 Subsidy Conditions and Standards
Article 5 An applicant shall be registered in the city in accordance with the law and have a legal person status.
Article 6 An investment project that is granted a subsidy should meet all of the following conditions: 1. Be located in the city after the date when the Relevant Measures on Improving Enterprise Competitiveness (No.8 , Shenzhen Development and Reform Commission) comes into effect on March 23, 2016; 2. Include the categories which will receive support for development set out in the Directory of the Industrial Structural Adjustment and Optimization and Industrial Orientation in Shenzhen City; 3. Investment amount of at least RMB200 million; 4. Identified as a weak area in Shenzhen’s industry chain through joint meetings.
Article7 The investment amount includes fixed-asset investment, R&D investment, intangible assets investment, working capital and other expenses that have been actually been paid out. When the investment amount is confirmed, an audit report for the investment project and other documents that can prove the authenticity of the investment amount must be provided and the data in these documents shall be consistent with the data filed with the city’s statistics department.
Article 8 A retroactive subsidy method is adopted, in which eligible investment projects will be given a one-time subsidy of RMB3 million.
Chapter 3 Application and Review
Article 9 An applicant shall submit relevant documents to the municipal investment promotion department within a specified time in accordance with the Guidelines for Applying for Subsidies for Investment Projects in Weak Areas of Shenzhen’s Industrial Chain.
Article10 The municipal investment promotion department will conduct an initial review of the submitted documents and will, when necessary, organize industry experts or third-party institutions to conduct on-site visits and recheck the documents.
Article 11 The municipal investment promotion department will propose a preliminary list of projects to receive subsidies, and will confirm if businesses on the list have violated any laws or rules regarding taxation, environmental protection and employment, and if the reported data are consistent with the data filed with the statistics department, and check their credit status at the municipal public credit center.
Article 12 The municipal investment promotion department will submit a preliminary list of proposed subsidies, which has passed a preliminary review, to the joint meeting for examination and approval. After the review, the list will be submitted to the municipal financial department to check if the businesses on the list have been found engaging in illegal financial activities, have outstanding debts or have bad credits.
Article 13 The subsidy list which passes verification will be published on the official website of the municipal investment promotion department for public comment. Any businesses or individuals can raise an objection with the municipal investment promotion department during the seven-day public comment period. Where an objection is raised against the application status and conditions, the municipal investment promotion department shall conduct an investigation, issue an investigation report and notify the party who raised the objection. If the grounds for the investigation are found to have been warranted, the municipal investment promotion department shall cancel the project’s eligibility to receive a subsidy. If during the public comment period no objections are raised or the objections are unfounded, the municipal investment promotion department shall work with the finance department to issue a subsidy plan and the municipal investment promotion department will allocate the subsidy.
Article 14 An applicant may not apply for a subsidy under any of the following circumstances: 1.An applicant is under investigation by an administrative government department for suspected illegal activities and within two years after receiving an administrative penalty; 2.Intellectual property disputes relating to the project submitted for consideration have yet to be resolved; 3.The project has already been granted a subsidy or subsidies from other special funds under the municipal budget. The municipal investment promotion department shall not accept an application in any of the above-mentioned circumstances and shall reject an application found to be involved in any of the above-mentioned circumstances after receiving and beginning to process it.
Chapter 4 Assignment of Responsibilities
Article 15 The joint meeting is responsible for identifying weak areas of the industry chain and determining the investment amount for projects and the list of projects to receive subsidies. Organized by the municipal investment promotion department, the joint meeting includes members such as municipal development and reform, trade, scientific and technological innovation, environment, transportation, health and family planning, culture, sports and tourism, and financial departments. The joint meeting office is set up at the municipal investment promotion department.
Article 16 Main responsibilities for members of the joint meeting are set out as follows: The municipal investment promotion department is responsible for daily management of subsidies and taking the lead in organizing the application process, preliminary review and final review and approval. The municipal development and reform department and municipal investment promotion department will work together with relevant industry sectors to confirm if a project is indeed in a weak area of the industry chain in accordance with the city’s industrial development.
Article 17 The municipal finance department is responsible for arranging funds under the annual budget and adjusting the budget in accordance with relevant regulations, and checking if there are any illegal financial activities, outstanding debts and bad credits.
Article 18 The investment promotion department of each district (new district) should assist eligible projects within their district to apply.
Chapter 5 Requirements and supervision
Article 19 A project applicant shall be held fully responsible for the authenticity, integrity, effectiveness and validity of submitted documents, cooperate with the municipal investment promotion department for supervision and inspection, and provide an investment project report and relevant financial statements as requested. Where violations of laws and rules such as fabrication, concealment and counterfeit occur, the joint meeting will annul its evaluation results, and the municipal investment promotion department will recover the subsidy in accordance with regulations. In the meantime, the applicant will be dealt with in accordance with the regulations under the Provisions for Penalizing Illegal Financial Behavior and penalized or punished within the scope of authority of the municipal finance, accounting and supervision departments; an applicant suspected of a crime will be handed over to judicial authorities. Applications from anyone who is found to have committed the above-mentioned violations of laws and regulations will not be accepted within three years of the violation and the misconduct of the project applicant will be recorded in Shenzhen’s public credit information management system.
Article 20 Third-party institutions who are found to have falsified or concealed facts, colluded with project applicants for the purpose of cheating, issued false reports during the process of project review, evaluation and examination will have its review, evaluation and examination status revoked, and relevant information will be handed over to related departments. These relevant departments shall mete out punishment to the businesses or individuals involved in accordance with the Accounting Law of the People's Republic of China, Law of the People’s Republic of China on Certified Public Accountants, and Shenzhen Special Economic Zone Ordinance on Certified Public Accountants. Where losses are incurred to the special funds, they shall be held legally liable and those suspected of a crime shall be handed over to judicial authorities.
Article 21 Experts who participate in the review and evaluation process will have their expert status revoked if they are found to take advantage of the opportunity to seek personal gain or commit fraud, and will be held legally liable in accordance with the law, and handed over to judicial authorities if they are suspected of a crime.
Article 22 Where a department or individual responsible for management of subsidies is found to have violated procedures, failed to diligently fulfill their responsibilities, has abused their power, neglected their duty or engaged in fraudulent practices, they shall be investigated for administrative liability by the departments in charge of appointment and supervisory agencies; those suspected of a crime shall be handed over to judicial authorities.
Chapter 6 Supplementary Provisions
Article 23 The power of interpretation rests with the municipal investment promotion department.
Article 24 The Procedures shall go into effect as of the date of promulgation.
Guidelines for Applying for Subsidies for Investment Projects in Weak Areas of Shenzhen’s Industrial Chain (Provisional)
1 Matters for review and approvalProjects included under the categories to receive support for development as set out in the Directory of the Industrial Structural Adjustment and Optimization and Industrial Orientation in Shenzhen City, that are located in Shenzhen, with an investment amount of at least RMB200 million and identified as weak areas of the industry chain, will be awarded a subsidy.