Shenzhen is using every trick in the book to foster high-qualify development of micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) that are regarded as important contributors to job creation and economic development.
The city will hand out vouchers worth 40 million yuan (US$5.89 million) this year for citizens to reserve sports venues on the "i深圳" app, sources from the city's culture, radio, television, tourism and sports bureau said.
A Shenzhen medical equipment company has successfully produced 300 homemade extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) machines in merely three weeks, with the 300th machine coming off the production line Feb. 3, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
Luohu District will hand out a total of 10 million yuan (US$1.47 million) in digital red envelopes to families or relatives living separately in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, as well as Hong Kong visitors through a lottery system to boost integration between the two cities and cross-border consumption.
Shenzhen's eight governmental departments jointly issued 20 measures to help micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) overcome difficulties and boost high-quality development, sources from the local government's official WeChat account Live Shenzhen said yesterday.
The businesses at Luohu Commercial City are preparing for the full resumption of travel with Hong Kong starting today and expecting revival of the businesses after the three-year border lockdown.
Some restaurant brands plan to open more branches in Shenzhen as the city's catering industry continues to thrive after the Spring Festival holiday, Shenzhen Evening News reported.
Almost a quarter of Hong Kong-based small and medium enterprises (SMEs) plan to expand their business into other cities of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA), according to a survey by the Hong Kong Productivity Council (HKPC) yesterday.
Shenzhen will implement digital transformation among over 480 enterprises in the fashion industry and cultivate a batch of benchmark enterprises in digital transformation by 2025, according to an action plan released by the Shenzhen Municipal Industry and Information Technology Bureau.
Ever Acme, the largest container vessel in the world, called at Yantian International Container Terminals (YICT) on Monday and will load 5,000 TEUs (twenty-foot equivalent units) before heading for Europe, sources from YICT said recently.
The amount of tax refunds and cuts in Shenzhen exceeded 125 billion yuan (US$18.45 billion) in 2022, which has greatly relieved the financial burden of local enterprises, according to data released at a working conference held by the Shenzhen Municipal Tax Bureau on Wednesday.
Shenzhen's e-commerce imports and exports are expected to exceed 180 billion yuan (US$26.61 billion) in 2022, around 2.3 times the figure from the previous year, data from the Shenzhen Municipal Commerce Bureau showed.
With the Chinese New Year (CNY) just around the corner, the 2023 Shenzhen Online Nianhuo Shopping Festival is in full swing, triggering a citywide shopping boom ahead of the Lunar New Year.
Rental demand for grade-A office space in Shenzhen is likely to remain sluggish in 2023 as oversupply will continue, according to real estate consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL).
Shopping centers are gearing up for the Spring Festival with sufficient supplies of candies, biscuits, drinks, wines and nuts for shoppers to choose from.
Shenzhen ports have already been a hive of activity at the start of the year. New routes were opened to facilitate sea-rail intermodal transport and cross-border e-commerce logistics, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported Thursday.
Some experts from the communications and finance industries had an in-depth discussion on the demand, tendency and solutions to cross-border data exchange at the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Data Cross-border Integration Forum held in Qianhai yesterday.
Shenzhen is building high-quality, economical and customized industrial spaces to attract the world's advanced manufacturing industry leaders, listed companies and innovation-driven enterprises to invest in the city, ramping up efforts to become the world's leading advanced manufacturing center.
Workers were seen busy in intensive production, assembly and packing in an orderly manner at the factory of Shenzhen Grandsun Electronic Co. Ltd. at Shenzhen International Low-carbon City in Longgang District recently, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
The stores and eateries at Futian Checkpoint have seen rising business revenues since the checkpoint reopened Sunday.