The Third China (Shenzhen) Innovation & Entrepreneurship International Competition attracted 1,850 projects that were registered on http://www.itcsz.cn, the official website of Shenzhen Municipal Human Resources and Social Security Bureau, the organizer said in a release Tuesday.
Enterprises with business in fields including finance, telecom, logistics, delivery, property management and housing brokerage are required to establish an information security system to protect their customers’ privacy and personal information.
Enterprises and individuals with a record of intellectual property (IP) infringement will not be allowed to participate in the city government’s projects for five years under the Shenzhen IP protection regulation that went into effect Friday, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported over the weekend.
Despite a decline in talent demand in 2018, the Internet industry still ranks first in recruitment after the Spring Festival, a report released by recruitment website Zhaopin.com showed, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Guang'an City in Sichuan Province, the hometown of China’s late leader Deng Xiaoping, introduced its brand-name agricultural products in Shenzhen at a ceremony launched at Wuzhou Guest House on Thursday.
Shenzhen began to meet its commitment to support the development of the private economy Thursday when a government-backed strategic cooperation agreement was signed to help finance private enterprises and ease their difficulties in getting loans.
Themed “Think out of the box, unleash the boundary,” the spring reception organized by Shenzhen Industrial Design Profession Association (SIDA) invited 12 elites from the design, technology and commerce industries, and gathered over 500 representatives from its member companies at a Futian hotel Friday.
Property sellers in the city are able to enjoy lower tax rates on second-hand housing transactions, as taxpayers’ value-added tax (VAT) and stamp duty have been reduced by half according to a new policy, the Shenzhen Evening News reported yesterday.
Shenzhen will take the lead in piloting commercial 5G networks this year with a total of 1,955 5G base stations expected to be built and 851,000 new users to be connected with fiber Internet with a speed of 100Mbps or higher.
Four Shenzhen brands, namely Huawei, Ping An, WeChat and Tencent QQ, have entered the list of the world’s 50 most valuable brands, according to brand consultancy firm Brand Finance, which recently released their rankings of the 500 most valuable brands in the world in 2019.
Shenzhen reduced taxes by 241.14 billion yuan (US$3.55 billion) for local enterprises last year, an increase of 2.64 billion yuan, or 12.3 percent, compared to 2017, according to the city’s tax bureau, the Southern Metropolis Daily reported.