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  • The fourth phase of the Yangshan Deep Water Port located in Pudong, the largest automated container terminal in the world
  • A customer shops online at a supermarket of imported products in the Shanghai FTZ on December 12, 2014
  • People enjoy reading at Select Zhangjiang, a library in Zhangjiang Innopark in the Pudong New Area, on April 21
  • China's frist homemade C919 passenger jet rolls off the production line of the Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China Ltd. in Pudong on November 2, 2015
  • A job fair specifically for foreign job hunters is held at the Shanghai FTZ on May 24
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"One would rather have a bed in Puxi than a house in Pudong." This saying for decades reflected the lack of regard for Pudong in Shanghai. Just on the other side of the Huangpu River, Pudong, a sparsely populated farmland area, was long neglected until April 1990 when the Chinese Government decided to set it up as a pilot area for opening up. After 28 years of development, Pudong is now one of the most vigorous centers of finance and hi-tech innovation in the country.

(Photos by Xinhua News Agency)

Copyedited by Rebeca Toledo

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