Shenzhen enterprises’ latest products and technologies were unveiled at the 2022 edition of Mobile World Congress (MWC), grabbing visitors’ attention at the world-class event for the information and communications technology (ICT) industry, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.
At the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games opening ceremony at the National Indoor Stadium on Feb. 4, crystal-clear Olympic rings slowly rose from a three-dimensional cube resembling an ice block accompanied by background music, presenting a perfect marriage between LED technology and optic artistry.
Shenzhen-headquartered autonomous car tech company AutoX announced Wednesday that its RoboTaxi fleet has scaled beyond the 1,000-vehicle milestone, becoming the largest taxi fleet of its kind in the world, DT News reported.
As of Tuesday, Shenzhen Customs had issued a total of 1,076 certificates of origin involving goods worth 230 million yuan (US$36.17 million) and helped reduce 12.42 million yuan in tariffs for exports under the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), data from Shenzhen Customs showed yesterday.
Forty-five Shenzhen companies are in the list of China’s 500 most valuable private companies released by the Hurun Research Institute recently, ranking third in the country.
Shenzhen ranked second among Chinese cities in the market capitalization of its companies listed on China’s stock exchanges in 2021, with 373 firms worth 10.37 trillion yuan (US$1.63 trillion) in total, according to data recently released by Intelligence Research Group, a Chinese consulting firm specializing in industry analysis and market research, Shenzhen Economic Daily reported.