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《ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY》 1995-01
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GUANGZHOU PORT: AN ACCELERATOR OF CONSTRUCTING GUANGZHOU INTERNATIONAL METROPLIS

Wu Yuwen; Peng Dexun( Department of Geography, South China Normal University, Guangzhou 5l0631)  
From the 2nd industrial revolution, the most obvious feature of industry space distribution is coastal distribution. It is a mark as the time of coastal economic distribution has come. it also formed the main international megalopolis after the world war Ⅱ. Their common feature of geographical location is coastal distribution with fine ports, this shows the law of“port is utilized for city will be prosperous for port”. So drawing on the experience of other international metropolises, depending on Guangzhou port and constructing Guangzhou international metropolis is necessary. According to the location of Guangzhou, Guangzhou port is wholely possible to become one of the most important regional central ports in Southeast area. So it must adopt the idea of general Guangzhou port, costrut it in 3 levels, meet head on the competition between ports in Southeast area, establish Nansha free port; rely on port and do well with the relationship between Guangzhou port and Guangzhou international metropolis. set up the new image of Guangzhou as a port city. shows its new distinguishing feature.
【CateGory Index】: U65
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