Shenzhen tech giant Huawei has won the bid for a land parcel in Longhua District for 298 million yuan (US$46.5 million), according to the information released by Shenzhen public resources trading center on its website Monday.
Shenzhen unveiled a package of 20 measures for the high-quality development of the sports industry, the implementation plan on building a pilot city of sports consumption published in the latest government gazette showed.
Registration for the Fifth China (Shenzhen) International Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition starts today, which offers a total of 10.71 million yuan (US$1.66 million) in awards to contestants.
Shenzhen's digital economy ranked first among Chinese cities in terms of both added value and its proportion to the city’s total GDP, the city’s industry and information technology bureau said at a news conference in Guangzhou on Tuesday.
Shenzhen has recently launched special subsidies for techinical projects related to pandemic prevention and control. The highest subsidy will be awarded to an R&D project targeting oral coronavirus drugs.
Shenzhen companies have enjoyed a total of 5.86 billion yuan (US$900 million) of tariff reductions in trade with countries under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) agreement between January and July this year, Shenzhen Customs said Thursday.
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.
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.
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.