Guangzhou sees increased China-Europe freight train numbers in the first two months
Main indicators such as the number and cargo value of China-Europe freight trains departing via Guangzhou have increased over 20% year-on-year in the first two months of 2021, according to Guangzhou Customs.
129th Canton Fair to be staged online from April 15 to 24
129th Canton Fair will continue to waive the exhibitor's fees, and will not charge the cross-border e-commerce platforms any fees for participating in the synchronization activities.
China to hold next Canton Fair online in April
China will hold the 129th session of the China Import and Export Fair, also known as the Canton Fair, online between April 15 and 24, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Wednesday.
Huawei to charge royalty for use of its patented 5G tech
Chinese hi-tech giant Huawei announced Tuesday that it will charge mobile phone makers a royalty to use its patented 5G technology.
Economic Watch: China's tourism sector reports accelerated recovery
China's tourism sector has reported a strong recovery so far this year and is expected to continue its current momentum as China further lifts travel restrictions amid a stable COVID-19 situation.
Guangdong sees strong import-export growth
Guangdong province, China's leader in foreign trade, had strong import and export growth in the first two months of this year thanks to measures introduced to prevent and control the spread of COVID-19, which allowed production to resume.
The Greater Bay Area embraces new round of foreign investment amid new five-year plan
The Fortune 500 company P&G has planned to launch an intelligent technology innovation center this year in Guangzhou, capital of south China's Guangdong Province, another move of expanding the investment in the country after setting up a digital innovation center in 2017.
Guangzhou had invested in 1,636 overseas projects by the end of 2020
By the end of 2020, Guangzhou had invested in 1,636 non-financial overseas projects in 89 countries (regions) around the world, with the contracted investment of 23.074 billion US dollars, according to a symposium held in Guangzhou aimed at helping local companies go global.
Multinational corporations keep pouring cash into the Guangdong market
37 multinational projects with a total investment of 300 billion RMB were signed into on the Forum, including 12 from Hong Kong and Macao SARs, 15 from Europe and America, 5 from Japan and South Korea, and 5 from ASEAN countries.
Impact of Belt and Road initiatives looks promising for GBA: PwC report
PwC released a new report in Guangzhou. It analyzes the impact and development of the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road in Southeast Asia, Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and North Africa, Africa, Europe and Asia from the perspectives of trade, investment, and major industries.