Shenzhen-headquartered automaker BYD on Monday revealed plans to sell passenger electric vehicles (EVs) in Germany and Sweden, just 10 days after announcing its entry into the Japanese market.
In the first half (H1) of the year, Shenzhen’s banking sector ranked third among large and medium-sized Chinese cities in terms of total assets, as well as deposits and loans, according to the Shenzhen office of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC), Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Shenzhen-headquartered retail chain enterprises have so far established over 100,000 stores across the country, sources from Shenzhen Retail Business Association said.
SIGEP China, the world’s leading B2B show dedicated to the food service industry with its focus on desserts and coffee, will be held in Shenzhen for the first time next year.
The set of data is impressive and makes all Daya Bay Nuclear Power Base staffers proud. As of June 30, 2022, the six gigawatt-level units of Daya Bay Nuclear Power Base including Daya Bay Nuclear Power Plant and Ling’ao Nuclear Power Plant (Phase I and Phase II) had produced 868.6 billion kWh of electricity, of which 292.4 billion kWh of electricity had been sent to Hong Kong, accounting for a quarter of Hong Kong's power consumption.
Shenzhen Airlines has recently completed the transformation of premium economy cabins of its whole fleet, covering over 96% of its flights, the highest in the industry, the airline said Saturday.
China Southern Airlines will resume its flights between Shenzhen and Dubai every Wednesday starting from Wednesday.
The trade volume of Qianhai, Yantian and Pingshan bonded areas reached 160.6 billion yuan (US$23.74 billion) in the first half (H1) of the year, up 9.8% year on year, showing the areas’ potential and resilience in foreign trade.
The Shekou coastal cultural and creative block is among the second batch of national nighttime culture and tourism consumption areas announced recently by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.
Application for Shenzhen government reward to service trade firms has been opened from Tuesday, with a one-off reward as high as 3 million yuan (US$444,100) per enterprise, according to the city’s commerce bureau.
Dollar General Global Sourcing (Shenzhen), Co. Ltd. recently renewed its place of incorporation contract under the guidance of Shenzhen's foreign-invested company protection workstation and the Qianhai Authority, said the workstation.
The 2022 China (Shenzhen) Carbon Neutral International Expo (SCNE) is scheduled to be held between Dec. 8 and 10 at the Shenzhen World Exhibition & Convention Center in Bao’an District, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported yesterday.
The 2022 China-Canada Cross-border E-Commerce Development and Promotion Conference was held online Friday, sending out a message on further strengthening cooperation of the cross-border e-commerce industry among Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Toronto.
MGI, a subsidiary of Shenzhen-based BGI and Complete Genomics, had settled litigation in the U.S. over DNA-sequencing technology with their rival Illumina Inc., MGI said in a release Friday.
The ninth batch of products under the Shenzhen Standard program including 125 goods from 56 companies were unveiled during an event Tuesday, according to Shenzhen Special Zone Daily.
Twelve enterprises, including China Resources Vanguard and Guangdong Jinjin Fruit Co. Ltd., have offered to purchase products worth 1.25 billion yuan (US$186 million) from rural areas at an event, which aimed to mark the Guangdong Poverty Alleviation Day and promote rural revitalization in Civic Center, Futian District, on Tuesday.
The Shenzhen Center for Design has released a notice of turning Chuangye Road in Bao’an District into a “Business Boulevard” and started to publicly solicit design plans worldwide, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
Eight companies were newly added to Shenzhen’s list of certified multinational company (MNC) regional headquarters enterprises, increasing the total number to 43, according to an announcement published on the website of the Shenzhen Municipal Commerce Bureau on Monday.
Shenzhen Port handled nearly 13.7 million TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) in the first half of the year (H1), up by 6.4% year on year, data from Shenzhen Customs showed yesterday.
Exports of high-tech products to Hong Kong in 2021 reached 528.6 billion yuan (US$78.61 billion), accounting for 74.67% of Shenzhen’s total exports to the special administrative region, compared to 11.6% in 1997.