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1 27 3 ( ) Vol.27 No Journal of Shenzhen University (Humanities & Social Sciences) May 2010 ( ) : ; : ; : ; ; ; ; : F :A : X(2010) [2] : [2] (P381) 1979 : : [3] :1978 : :? 30 [1] (P217P221) : 30 [4] [1] 8 26 : : [4] (P954) (09tdcx09) (1944 ) ; (1971 )

2 10 ( ) ( ) [5] 1978 : [1] (P13) [6] [1] (P217) [7] [1] (P19) : : [1] [4] (P1347) (P18) 1985 : [1] (P343) 1300 : [1] (P12) 1984 : 100 [1] (P174) [1] (P9)?!?! [5] (P372) :

3 3 : 11 [5] (P379) 1982 : : : [1] (P24) 1992 : [1] (P376) : : ( : ) [8] : [4] (P137) : : [1] (P375) : [9] : 1980 : : [1] (P228) [10] : 300?! [1] (P22)

4 12 ( ) ! : [5] (P370) 90% IT : ( 1959? ) : : [10] (P125P130P131) : [11] 95% ; [13] 90 ( ) 20 : GDP : [12] ( )

5 3 : : [14] ( ) ? 1800 [15] : : [18] ; : [16]? 36 7 : [17] ; 10 ( ) 30

6 14 ( ) [23] [19] [24] % 9.6% 7.8% 7.5% 6.6% [20] ( 1/3) : % 7.8% [21] 45% % [22] 30% [25] : 4000 / : ; [26] 1978~1980

7 3 : % 36% 3.3%;2001~ % 51.1% 7.7% % 95% : % %; 6% % % [27] 5% [30] [28] 30% 10? 30% [31] ~2009 8% ( 11 ) % [29] ~2009 GDP % [33] GDP 53.4% 10% 39.7% [24] 10% 100% ( ) 100%! 2010 [32]

8 16 ( ) : 30 [34] ~ : 30 16% [35] : [37] [4] (P1364) % 70% 40% 70% [38] [36] : : [39] ; ; ; 50 GDP 65%~80% 60 ( OECD GDP 85% ) 65%~80% GDP % 123

9 3 : 17 GDP [40] : [1] (P172) IT ( QQ )? ; ; [41] 2010 ( )IT IT! :!

10 18 ( ) ; : [5] (P164) [4] (P1121)? [45] ;? ( ) 9000 ; [42] 4.8 GDP 26% 2000 : [46] [43] : [47] [47] (P13) ;! ( ) [44] :?

11 3 : 19 : ( ) : 40 [49] GDP : : ; [48] ; 30 ; 1989

12 20 ( ) [2]. (1975~1997)( )[M]. : [3]. [M]. : ? [4]. (1975~1997)( )[M]. : [5] ( 3 )[M]. : [6]. [M]. : [7]. : [N] ( ) [8]. ( 1)[M]. : [9] [ ]. [M]. : [50] [10]. [M]. : : 80 [11]. ( )[M]. : [12] [M]. : [13]. [J]. 2010(1). : [14]. [M]. : [15]. [N] [16]. [N] :! [51] [17]. : [N]. : [52] [18]. [N] (14). [19]. 36?[N] [20]. [N] [21]. [N]. ( ); ( ) [22]. [J]. ( 1998(12). [23]. [N] ) [24]. [N] [25] [N] [26]. [N] : ; [27]. : [N] : : [1]. [M] [28]. [N.] (A07). [29]. [N].

13 3 : 21 [30]. 100% [N] [43]. [M]. : [31]. [N] [44]. : [N]. [32]. [N] [45]. [M]. : [33] [N] [34]. [M]. : [46]. [N] [35]. [N] [47]. ( 3 )[M]. : [36]. [J]. 2005(3) [37] [ ]. [N] [38]. [N] (1) (A07). [39]. [N] [40]. [N] [41]. [N] [42]. [N] [48]. : [J]. 2010(3):260. [49]. [A]. ( )[J].2009 [50]. [N] [51]. [N] [52]. ( )[M]. : : The Mission of the Times of China s Special Economic Zones SU Dong-bing ZHONG Ruo-yu (Research Center of China s Special Economic Zones Shenzhen University Shenzhen Guangdong ) Abstract: China s Special Economic Zones have provided us with two baisc experiences. In terms of actual patterns the SEZs have chosen introduced and insisted on the direction of market economy. In terms of deeper motives they have the characteristic of respect for and the liberation of men. China s SEZs have new double missions. From the point of view of reform they should speed up the transition towards market economy and continue to play the role of pioneers of opening and reform. From the perspective of development these SEZs should accelerate the realization of the changes of modes of development build internationalized modern cities and construct a new map of China's regional economy. The most important indicator of an internationalized modern cities is exhibited in the formation of modern core values such as individual rights freedom of development and the establishment of the corresponding market economy and fundamental systems of democratic politics etc. To transfer traditional power government to a modern service government is both the core task of political system reform and the essential conditions for changing the mode of development. To a large extent introducing Hong Kong not only conforms to the basic direction of reform and opening but also can help find a short cut to the construction of modern cities. Key words: China; Special Economic Zones; basic experiences; mission of the times; borrow from Hong Kong