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  • Banks in east China's Shandong provide special financial support for enterprises amid epidemic

    Banks in east China's Shandong Province have provided special financial support for enterprises, helping them resume production amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus pneumonia (COVID-19).

    April03,2020


  • China's Hengfeng Bank completes restructuring

    China's Hengfeng Bank has recently received 100 billion yuan (14.5 billion U.S. dollars) in strategic investment, marking the completion of its restructuring, according to the financial supervision authorities of eastern China's Shandong Province.

    January14,2020


  • Hengfeng Bank announces RMB100 bln private placement plan

    Hengfeng Bank, one of China's 12 national joint stock commercial banks, announced that a private placement plan of 100 billion yuan ordinary shares was passed on its extraordinary general meeting (EGM) held on Wednesday.

    December19,2019


  • Central Huijin mulls strategic investment into Hengfeng Bank, report

    Central Huijin Investment Ltd. (Central Huijin), a state-owned investment company in China, is mulling being a strategic investor of Hengfeng Bank, reported Economic Information Daily citing a source close to the company last Friday.

    August12,2019


  • Trade shows healthy growth

    China's trade in goods climbed 8.9 percent year-on-year to 9.11 trillion yuan (1.43 trillion U.S. dollars) in the first four months of this year, partly due to the upturn in the global economy and solid domestic demand, official data showed on Tuesday.

    May09,2018


  • China to build industrial clusters along Yangtze River

    China will focus on building world-class industrial clusters for making electronics, high-end equipment, automobiles, home appliances and clothing along its longest river.

    January23,2018


  • China to build industrial clusters along Yangtze River

    China will focus on building world-class industrial clusters for making electronics, high-end equipment, automobiles, home appliances and clothing along its longest river.

    January23,2018


  • China to build industrial clusters along Yangtze River

    China will focus on building world-class industrial clusters for making electronics, high-end equipment, automobiles, home appliances and clothing along its longest river, sources said.

    January23,2018


  • China to build industrial clusters along Yangtze River

    China will focus on building world-class industrial clusters for making electronics, high-end equipment, automobiles, home appliances and clothing along its longest river, sources said.

    January23,2018


  • JD confirms plans for banking license

    JD.com Inc, China's second-biggest e-commerce player, confirmed on Friday it is carrying out work related to a banking license, in a move that would see it joining its tech counterparts in offering banking services.

    February04,2017


  • Fujian Business Environment & Assessment Report (2015)

    Lying in the southeastern coast of China and bordering Zhejiang, Jiangxi and Guangdong, Fujian faces Taiwan across the Taiwan Straits and is one of mainland provinces the closest to Southeast Asia and Oceania, as well as an important window and base of China for global exchanges. Boasting a long history, Fujian was called the Region of Minyue during the Spring and Autumn Period and the Prefecture of Min-Zhong during Qing Dynasty. In the middle of Tang Dynasty, the post of Fujian Military Commissioner was established, and the province was hereafter called Fujian. The brief name of Fujian, "Min", is derived from Min River, the greatest river within the province. Covering a land area of 121,400 square kilometers and a sea area of 136,000 square kilometers, Fujian governs Fuzhou, Xiamen, Quanzhou, Zhangzhou, Putian, Longyan, Sanming, Nanping and Ningde, as well as 85 subordinated counties, county-level cities and districts if Jinmen included.

    June30,2016


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