Despite the deep global economic recession brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic, Shenzhen companies still invested and established 600 enterprises and institutions overseas in the first 11 months last year, with an actual investment of US$7.129 billion, ranking second in the country, according to the city’s commerce bureau.
A total of 19 Shenzhen enterprises have officially made it onto the list of the sixth batch of national-level champions in individual manufacturing fields, a source from the Shenzhen Municipal Industry and Information Technology Bureau told Shenzhen Daily on Wednesday.
Local enterprises such as Huawei, Tencent and BYD have been ranked among China’s top 100 enterprises in terms of scientific innovation capability, according to a list released at a forum Sunday.
Shenzhen technology firms are showcasing their latest high-tech products at the BEYOND International Technology Innovation Expo at the Venetian Macao Convention and Exhibition Center from Thursday to Saturday.
Shenzhen Eternal Asia Supply Chain Management Co. Ltd. yesterday clinched contracts worth a total of 7.96 billion yuan (US$1.24 billion) at the ongoing 4th China International Import Expo in Shanghai. The amount set a new contractual record for the company at the import expo and was the largest for a Shenzhen company at the expo, Shenzhen Media Group reported yesterday.
Shenzhen has organized more than 2,000 enterprises and institutions to attend the Fourth China International Import Expo (CIIE) that will take place in Shanghai from Friday to Wednesday.