The European Chamber South China Award Gala was held in Shenzhen on Thursday, gathering around 230 participants, including consuls general, government representatives, executives and elites from different industries.
Shenzhen's planning and natural resources bureau has recently signed strategic cooperation agreements with two local companies for the construction of marine ranches to develop a new source of sustainable food production, Shenzhen Evening News reported.
Shenzhen Consumer Council has issued a warning to consumers to be cautious of prepaid deals after exposing 21 training institutions that closed down without refunding prepaid fees totaling 15.06 million yuan (US$2.18 million) to consumers.
A total of 20 enterprises have been recognized as trade headquarters enterprises in Shenzhen, as Zhang Feimeng, director of the city's commerce bureau, conferred plaques and certificates to them at a ceremony Thursday.
The manufacturing industry serves as a pillar in China's economic development. In this year's government work report, efforts are called for to pool quality resources to achieve breakthroughs in core technologies in key fields.
Gao Wen, a deputy to the National People's Congress and director of Pengcheng Laboratory, has voiced suggestions supporting Shenzhen in exploring the establishment of a low-altitude economy demonstration zone at the annual sessions of China's national legislature and top political advisory body.
A total of 14,685 technology contracts were registered in Shenzhen in 2022, accounting for about 30% of the provincial aggregate, data released by the Ministry of Science and Technology's Torch High Technology Industry Development Center showed Monday.
Shenzhen's flourishing digital economy is giving wing to the city's high-quality development by empowering the traditional economy while achieving high growth in its core industries, a Xinhua report said yesterday.
A Shenzhen Airlines Airbus A330 passenger plane decorated with multiple patterns showing the city's landmarks was unveiled at Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport yesterday morning to lure international tourists.
Shenzhen is the second most favored city on the Chinese mainland for investment, following Guangzhou and followed by Shanghai and Beijing, according to a report by the American Chamber of Commerce in South China (AmCham South China) released Monday.