Pingshan District is working to build the world's first intelligent connected vehicle testing base driven by 5G technology, with three testing areas for self-driving cars to be put into use in 2023, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) witnessed the establishment of its first financial holding company licensed by China's central bank, with the inauguration of China Merchants Financial Holding Co. Ltd. in Qianhai, Shenzhen, on Sunday.
The digital yuan, or e-CNY, has gradually become an integral part of more Shenzhen residents' daily life. By the end of this August, the city had recorded 1.05 million digital yuan application scenarios, with some 26.71 million digital wallets being opened and the cumulative transaction value hitting 18.4 billion yuan (US$2.65 billion), Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported, quoting the central bank's Shenzhen branch.
The Pinghu South inland port of Yantian International Container Terminals posted a container throughput of nearly 30,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) in the first eight months of this year, up by 150% year on year, according to the terminals.
Shenzhen, as China's tech innovation center, is the distribution, application and design centers of China's integrated circuits (ICs) and has seen its IC industry maintain rapid development in recent years.
The 2022 National Mass Entrepreneurship and Innovation Week will be launched at Shenzhen Bay Sports Center in Nanshan District between today and Sept. 21, to show the city's progress, achievements and breakthroughs in entrepreneurship and innovation. Shenzhen is one of the subvenues of the national event.
Shenzhen, as a capital of innovation, aspires to build itself into a model city with international influence for the driverless vehicle industry, after taking the country’s lead in the industry for years.
On Monday, Shenzhen-based telecommunications firm Huawei in Zimbabwe launched the 2022 edition of the Seeds for the Future program under which 30 undergraduate university students will undergo a weeklong, virtual training course to upgrade their information and communications technology (ICT) knowledge and skills.
Shenzhen's consumer price index (CPI), a primary barometer of inflation, grew by 2.3% year on year in August, down 0.4% compared with July, according to the statistics released by the Shenzhen survey team of the National Bureau of Statistics on Sunday.
More than 90 innovative companies in the biomedicine field have gathered at the Shenzhen Biomedicine Innovations Industrial Park in Pingshan District, seeking breakthroughs in the field of biomedical technology while growing strong, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported Saturday.
Shenzhen-based electric car maker BYD Co. signed a land purchase deal Thursday with WHA Corp., Thailand's largest industrial estates developer, for a 96-hectare plot in an industrial estate in the eastern province of Rayong to build its first electric vehicle production plant in Southeast Asia.
Shenzhen has 29 enterprises on the 2022 top 500 Chinese enterprises list, ranking third in the country, according to the list published by the China Enterprise Confederation and the China Enterprise Directors Association on Tuesday.
Shenzhen moved up one spot to take first place in terms of ease of doing business and has continued to rank first in technological maturity among 47 Chinese cities in a report jointly released by the China Development Research Foundation (CDRF) and accounting firm PwC China on Friday.
Well-known overseas venture capital (VC) institutions, international asset management institutions, and Hong Kong family offices that newly registerd in or moved to Qianhai with the approval of China's financial regulatory authority will receive a maximum subsidy of 50 million yuan (US$7.23 million).
Thirty-four Shenzhen enterprises from various sectors have been showcasing their new technologies and services at the 2022 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) that opened in Beijing on Wednesday.
Shenzhen's first public real estate investment trust (REIT) based on subsidized rental housing was listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange on Wednesday. This is one of China's first batch of three such REITs floated on market, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.