A third-party platform, created by China Cultural Media Group Co. Ltd. (CCMG) for IP services, was introduced at a road show held Tuesday in Shenzhen to support the city’s cultural and creative industry.
Enterprises in Shenzhen have enjoyed preferential tariffs totaling 23.95 billion yuan (US$3.5 billion) on goods imported from Hong Kong under the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (CEPA) since 2004, with tariff concessions amounting to 2.56 billion yuan, official statistics showed.
The Sustainable Finance Institute (SFI) is inviting full-time undergraduate or graduate students from leading universities across the globe to participate in the Sustainable Finance: Global Case Challenge (SF/GCC).
Themed “Design for Sustainability,” the 2019 Shenzhen Design Week will be held between April 19 and 30, and the second Shenzhen Global Design Award is now open for registration and applications until March 20, according to a press conference held at the Civic Center yesterday.
Tencent Cloud and Tiantian Ptu, two business units under Internet giant Tencent, responded Saturday to an accusation made by Tapai, a women-oriented short video sharing app, denying there had been a technical attack on the app.
Shenzhen is mulling new polices to regulate the rental housing market and is striving to build or acquire no fewer than 300,000 rental housing units by 2022, which would account for more than 50 percent of the total supply of new housing, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported Thursday.
Known as the “Oriental Amazon,” Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia. The Sarawak Tourism Board held the Malaysian (Sarawak) Tourism Sharing Conference and Business Banquet on Thursday, aiming to attract more visitors to Sarawak.
Over 100 representatives, including members of the 15 startups that have been selected to enter the 2nd Ping An Cloud Accelerator program, investors, accelerator mentors and senior executives from Ping An, attended the Ping An Cloud Accelerator Cohort Opening Dinner in Ping An Financial Center on Monday night.
More than 500 financial officials, scholars and entrepreneurs from Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Macao brainstormed on boosting Fintech development in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area at the 2018 China (Shenzhen) Fintech Global Summit at Wuzhou Guest House in Futian District yesterday.
Airbus China Innovation Center (ACIC) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Royole Corp. in Shenzhen yesterday, mapping out a cooperative framework for conducting research on the application of flexible electronic technology in aircraft cabins.
The city will offer appropriate amounts of subsidies to enterprises that adopt green technologies for power generation, eliminate boilers, reduce the use of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and utilize e-fork trucks, the latest government gazette showed.
The French Tech Tour China came to Shenzhen on Thursday, bringing 15 French companies specializing in digital and energy saving technologies to a roadshow to meet with local enterprises for potential cooperation. Nearly 100 people attended the event.
Registration for the Third China (Shenzhen) International Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition was officially launched Saturday, offering 11.2 million yuan (US$1.62 million) in awards to overseas contestants.
The major project of the Shenzhen section of the Ganzhou-Shenzhen High-speed Railway was officially initiated at a ceremony in Guangming District last week, the city’s transport commission said Tuesday.
TEN British urban innovation companies organized by Innovate U.K. for its Future Cities Mission attended the Future Cities Mission to China — U.K.-China Business Match-Making Event & Networking Reception in the Shenzhen Bay Software Industrial Base on Tuesday.