A total of 50 headquarters enterprises are on a list of companies being rewarded and subsidized for their contributions in the year 2019, sources from the Shenzhen Municipal Development and Reform Commission showed.
Shenzhen is calling for private investors to participate in the construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) and building the city into a pilot demonstration area of socialism with Chinese characteristics.
The city’s first satellite science education base project in Luotian forest park in Yanluo Subdistrict in Bao’an District was completed recently and is awaiting review, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
Shenzhen University (SZU) ranks third among educational institutions in the world in the number of PCT applications in 2019, following University of California and Tsinghua University, according to data released by the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva recently.
Shenzhen's trade with the countries along the Belt and Road in March increased by 9.5 percent to 52.05 billion yuan (US$7.35 billion), turning around the downward momentum of 8.7 percent in the first two months, statistics released by the Shenzhen Customs showed.
The city has called for open tendering for the Shenzhen Natural History Museum’s schematic design and architectural design development from design teams at home and abroad, according to the Shenzhen Municipal Public Works Bureau.
A renovation project has recently started on Meiguan Expressway to transform it into a two-way, 14-lane, urban highway to be completed in the first half of 2024, Chinese-language media reported yesterday.
The Guangming Science City in Guangming District, on the west side of Shenzhen, will become a world-class science center with global influence and a key engine for achieving China’s goal to become a world scientific and technological power by 2050, according to a plan released by the city government at a press conference yesterday.
The Shenzhen-based global genomics leader BGI will build two COVID-19 testing labs in Serbia to help fight the COVID-19 pandemic, according to an agreement it signed with the Serbian Government on Wednesday.
The Shenzhen-based tech company Tencent donated 10 million yuan (US$1.41 million) to the World Health Organization and provided an open source AI-powered tool to assist the global fight against the COVID-19 pandemic, the Shenzhen Economic Daily reported Friday.
Shenzhen topped the country in terms of the amount invested by its venture capital (VC) companies and in the number of projects, or startups, it has invested in last year, according to a report on China’s venture capital industry released Tuesday.