Shenzhen's trade with countries under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) reached 100.65 billion yuan (US$14.43 billion) in October, up by 70.3% over September, data from Shenzhen Customs showed yesterday.
Shenzhen moved up one place to rank second in the country in terms of logistics competitiveness, following Shanghai, according to a report on Chinese cities' logistics competitiveness this year, as reported by Shenzhen Economic Daily yesterday.
Shenzhen has stepped up efforts to become an international consumption center and has taken measures to boost consumption and expand domestic demand.
The China Council for the Promotion of International Trade Shenzhen Municipal Committee (CCPIT Shenzhen) strengthened the presence of local enterprises overseas through its 10 trade liaison offices in India, Ghana, Nigeria, Tanzania, Egypt, Kenya, Thailand, Mexico, Belarus and Dubai in 2022.
Global investors set their eager eyes on Shenzhen for the fourth straight year as the city host its annual global investment promotion conference, which was held Friday afternoon at the Wuzhou Guest House in Futian District.
The Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone, together with the Bao'an and Longgang districts, was honored as the 2022 Outstanding Districts for Investment and Promotion at the 2022 Shenzhen Global Investment Promotion Conference on Friday.
An online seminar on ASEAN media’s views on digital China was held simultaneously in Shenzhen and Beijing on Wednesday. Government representatives, experts, entrepreneurs and media professionals from China and ASEAN countries shared their views and insights on the development and cooperation prospects of the digital economy and smart cities at the seminar.
The city has subsidized tourism enterprises with nearly 100 million yuan (US$14.35 million) and has temporarily returned quality deposits of over 400 million yuan to local travel agencies, according to the Shenzhen Municipal Culture, Radio, Television, Tourism and Sports Bureau.
A virtual seminar on ASEAN Media's View on Digital China was held yesterday afternoon, with a subvenue set up in Shenzhen.
China Southern Airlines will operate flights between Shenzhen and Amsterdam, the Netherlands, starting from Jan. 2, 2023.
Shenzhen has posted dazzling consumer spending figures driven by a package of incentives designed to encourage consumption and maintain economic growth, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Government departments across the city are now making all-out efforts to achieve their economic and social development goals this year, Shenzhen Evening News reported.
BYD Co.'s Japanese division said yesterday it would start selling its first battery electric vehicles (EVs) in the country early next year.
As more and more young people now are getting used to livestream shopping, the livestream e-commerce industry has gradually become a new consumption growth engine in Shenzhen, Shenzhen Evening News reported yesterday.
Shenzhen will prioritize support for local enterprises in participating in 113 large-scale overseas exhibitions in 2023, which include Electronica in Munich, Germany, Logis-Tech Tokyo in Japan and The Big 5 in Dubai, according to the Shenzhen Municipal Commerce Bureau.
As of the end of this June, the total assets of Shenzhen's banking sector had climbed 9.4% year on year to 12 trillion yuan (US$1.68 trillion). The balance of local and foreign currency deposits at the city's financial institutions reached 11.97 trillion yuan, and the balance of domestic and foreign currency loans reached 8.22 trillion yuan, up 1.9% and 11.6%, respectively, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
As one of the five major eyewear manufacturing hubs in China, Shenzhen churns out over 125 million pairs of eyewear a year, with the total output value of the city's eyewear industry reaching nearly 10 billion yuan (US$1.4 billion) a year, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported yesterday.
Futian District held a promotion conference Saturday to bring in investment and talents, attracting over 4.1 million internet users to watch the event and its relevant topics garnered 125 million views online, DT News reported.
The advanced manufacturing industry accounted for 67.6% of the added value of industrial enterprises above designated size in Shenzhen last year, becoming a new "calling card" for the city, Shenzhen Special Zone Daily reported.
From January to October this year, the added value of industrial enterprises above designated size increased 6.2% year on year, data from the Shenzhen Municipal Statistics Bureau showed.