Shenzhen New Frontier United Family Hospital, a comprehensive, private high-end hospital owned and operated by United Family Healthcare (UFH), is set to open its doors in the fourth quarter (Q4) this year in Futian District.
China Resources Snow Breweries Co. Ltd. will invest 10 billion yuan (US$1.55 billion) to build its Snow Beer Headquarters Base in Bao’an District, a launch ceremony for the construction of new projects in Bao’an announced Wednesday.
Shenzhen's local general public budget revenue reached 587.9 billion yuan (US$90.77 billion) in the first half of 2021, exhibiting a positive growth of 20 percent year on year, sources from the Shenzhen Municipal Finance Bureau said Monday.
Shenzhen-based Royole Corp. helped build the world’s fastest maglev train, which rolled off in Qingdao, Shandong Province on Tuesday, by offering a cabin video system, including the world’s largest mass-produced flexible screens.
Shenzhen has become the city with the most dynamic nighttime business activities in China, according to the statistics on nighttime consumer spending from Chinese e-commerce giant JD.com, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
As the summer vacation kicks off, Shenzhen’s tourism market is taking an upturn with the COVID-19 epidemic well under control in the city, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported yesterday.
Shenzhen's consumer price index (CPI), a primary gauge of inflation, increased by 1.1 percent in June over the same period last year, statistics from the Shenzhen survey team of the National Bureau of Statistics showed.
A Chinese mainland company has signed agreements with Taiwan enterprises and a foundation on COVID-19 vaccine sales to the island province, according to an announcement the company released Sunday.
The one-stop service for Hong Kong and Macao investors who want to register a company in Shenzhen has been further expanded citywide after more than two years of pilot implementation in Qianhai, DT News reported.
More than 2,400 foreign-invested companies were set up in Shenzhen in the first five months this year, attracting more than US$12.4 billion of contractual foreign investment, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported Wednesday, quoting the municipal commerce bureau.
The city’s foreign trade between January and May reached 1.32 trillion yuan (US$204.08 billion), up by 22.3 percent year on year, statistics from Shenzhen Customs showed.
A local technology firm is planning to launch two ultra-high-speed (UHS) memory controllers in the market, which are said to have performance on par with similar products from other leading global memory chip manufacturers, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported yesterday.
The city's investments in fixed assets and infrastructures for the first five months of this year increased, respectively, by 12.5 percent and 22.8 percent year on year, statistics from the Shenzhen Statistics Bureau showed.
Pingshan Comprehensive Bonded Area has become the third comprehensive bonded area in Shenzhen after it was approved by the provincial and municipal government departments Wednesday, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
Shenzhen-based Tencent earned a top-five spot on the Kantar BrandZ Most Valuable Global Brands 2021 released in Cannes, France on Monday.
An exchange meeting for Shenzhen and U.S. cross-border e-commerce was held online and offline Friday. Over 60 enterprises and organizations from Shenzhen and the U.S. attended the meeting via the Internet or in person.
The Shenzhen Municipal Commerce Bureau joined hands with the Japan-China Economic Association to hold both the 2021 business environment promotion and the Japanese-Chinese enterprises' match and exchange meeting yesterday.
Shenzhen has unveiled a plan of 536 key projects with a total investment of more than 2.8 trillion yuan (US$438 billion) for this year, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported Saturday, quoting sources from the city’s development and reform commission.
Thirty BYD 12-meter pure electric e-buses were delivered Monday (in Spain Time) to EMT Madrid at its operations center in Carabanchel, which was ahead of the planned handover schedule.
Four patents and one design from Shenzhen’s enterprises are poised to win the gold award for the 22nd China Patent Award, according to a preliminary result released by the National Intellectual Property Administration (NIPA).