The 2022 FIFA World Cup is scheduled to kick off in Qatar on Nov. 21, with all stadiums within driving distance from each other. At Al Rayyan Stadium, one of the eight World Cup stadiums, Shenzhen-made sports facilities will accompany cheerful fans throughout intense games, Shenzhen Evening News reported.
Shenzhen has achieved positive results in incubating new catering brands and offering new job opportunities in the catering industry as the Canton Chef program is forging ahead, according to Shenzhen Cuisine Association.
Shenzhen's actual use of foreign capital surged 11% year on year to US$5.8 billion in the first half (H1) of this year, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported Sunday.
China’s e-commerce giant JD.com launched its digital and intelligent medical solution targeting traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) at a JD Health conference held in Beijing on Saturday.
New business formats represented by online service-oriented platforms are flourishing in Shenzhen, spurring the creation of new jobs for different groups, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported yesterday.
Shenzhen has taken the lead in entrepreneurship density and ranked first for six straight years in the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Comprehensive Index, according to the 2021 Mass Entrepreneurship and Innovation Research Report released recently.
The number of market entities registered in Shenzhen exceeded 3.8 million by the end of July, up 4% year on year, according to Shenzhen Special Zone Daily.
The trade of Yantian Integrated Bonded Area reached 10.3 billion yuan (US$1.52 billion) in July, up by 8.32% over the previous month, embarking on the 10-billion-yuan benchmark for the first time.
A ceremony marking the start of the 2022 August Happy Tourism and Shopping Month was held in Longgang District on Sunday, and a series of consumption activities were launched simultaneously at the event.
In the first half (H1) of this year, Futian District welcomed 50 brands' debuts, ranking first among Shenzhen’s districts in terms of first stores, according to the city's industry and information technology bureau.
A total of 580,000 tons of carbon emission quotas were sold for 25.26 million yuan (US$3.74 million) at an auction organized by the city’s ecology environment bureau Friday, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
Huawei's Antuoshan industrial park and Shenzhen-based company Sunwoda were included in the city’s first batch of near-zero emission pilot projects.
Fortune 500 company Asea Brown Boveri (ABB) on Tuesday inaugurated its Shenzhen office in Nanshan i Park and introduced its 480kW high-power liquid cooling supercharge system to the Chinese market on site, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Shenzhen tech companies stole the show with 5G mobile network application scenarios at the key forum of the World 5G Convention on Wednesday, where the top 10 5G use cases in 2022 were released, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Shenzhen-Based new energy vehicle (NEV) manufacturer BYD announced its foray into Thailand’s passenger automotive landscape at a brand conference in Bangkok on Monday.
With the city's persistent efforts to improve the quality and expand the capacity of the housekeeping service industry, domestic services workers have been in great demand in recent years, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
A Total of 130 brands debuted in Shenzhen in the first half (H1) of this year, growing 83% year on year, according to statistics from Winshang.com, an information and industry data service platform.
The Shenzhen-Bangalore cargo route, operated by United Parcel Service, Inc., was inaugurated recently, becoming the fifth international cargo route that has been opened at Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport this year.
More people are turning to cycling for short journeys or for exercise, thus, the “bicycle economy” has become a new consumption trend, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
A world-class port cluster, with its core in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), is quickly taking shape. Four port cities along the Pearl River — Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhuhai and Dongguan, each now have a cargo throughput of over 100 million tons, and by 2035, the ports of Shenzhen and Guangzhou will be fully built into world-class first-rate ports, information from the Department of Transport of Guangdong Province said.