Xinhua Silk Road - Belt and Road Portal, China's silk road economic belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Website Xinhua Silk Road - Belt and Road Portal, China's silk road economic belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road Website
Subscribe CustomBlackClose

Belt & Road Weekly Subscription Form


Research ReportCustomBlackClose

The full edition of the report is available at Xinhua Silk Road Database. You can click the “Table of Content” to have a general understanding of it.

Click on the button below to create your account and get immediate access to thousands of articles.

Start a Free Trial

Agricultural Development Bank of China
Article Sorting by the latest release time

  • Interview: Shenzhen's success proves China's policy pragmatic, inclusive: scholar

    Many of the world's top 500 companies have chosen to settle down in Shenzhen, China's first and most successful special economic zone, by taking root, growing and becoming stronger, which proves that China's reform and opening-up is pragmatic, inclusive and attractive.


  • China's securities regulator pledges efforts to support Shenzhen reforms

    China's securities watchdog has vowed more efforts to optimize the service function of the ChiNext board and support deeper reforms of the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.


  • China Focus: China to build Shenzhen into global innovation-oriented city

    China will turn the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in southern Guangdong Province into a global innovation-oriented city, a Chinese official said Sunday.


  • China's Shenzhen to issue 10 mln digital yuan in pilot program

    China's southern boomtown of Shenzhen will issue 10 million yuan (about 1.47 million U.S. dollars) worth of digital currency in a pilot program to promote the application of the new form of currency.


  • China's Shenzhen sees 20.7 pct annual GDP growth over 4 decades: mayor

    South China's metropolis of Shenzhen has seen its gross domestic product grow 20.7 percent on an average annually over the past 40 years, said Mayor Chen Rugui Thursday.


  • China Focus: Tech talent spearheads innovation in Shenzhen

    Liu Peichao is among millions who have witnessed the speed of Shenzhen's development and benefited from the metropolis' fast-growing, high-tech industry along the central coast of southern China's Guangdong Province.


  • China's Shenzhen sees foreign trade volume up 2 pct in Jan.-Aug.

    South China's metropolis of Shenzhen saw its foreign trade volume edge up 2 percent year on year to 1.88 trillion yuan (about 276 billion U.S. dollars) from January to August, local customs said.


  • Shenzhen sees over 90,000 foreign-invested enterprises

    More than 90,000 foreign-invested enterprises have been set up in Shenzhen, one of the symbols of China's reform and opening up, since the city issued the first business license for a foreign-funded company in 1981.


  • China's Shenzhen posts faster trade growth in July

    South China's metropolis of Shenzhen saw foreign trade grow 13.5 percent year on year to 275.2 billion yuan (about 40 billion U.S. dollars) in July, local customs said.


  • Commentary: With 40-year miracle in Shenzhen, China's reform and opening-up set for new start

    When China established the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone 40 years ago, overseas critics had cast doubt on its future. Forty years later, the once small coastal village has developed into a metropolis housing 13 million with its GDP hitting 2.69 trillion yuan.


  • Shenzhen's outbound investment surges

    Companies in Shenzhen, south China's Guangdong Province, invested 4.02 billion U.S. dollars in foreign non-financial enterprises in the first five months of this year, up 61.78 percent year on year, according to the city's commerce bureau.


  • China's Shenzhen serves more passenger-to-cargo flights amid COVID-19 pandemic

    An Airbus A330-200 loaded with masks and other epidemic prevention materials took off from Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport for Los Angeles, the United States on Sunday.


  • S China's Shenzhen reports rise in foreign trade with Belt and Road countries in March

    Southern China's tech hub Shenzhen saw its trade with countries along the Belt and Road routes total 52.05 billion yuan in March, an increase of 9.5 percent, according to Shenzhen Customs. 


  • China's Shenzhen to donate 270,000 masks to sister cites

    The southern Chinese city of Shenzhen will donate 270,000 disposable masks to eight of its sister cities around the world, with thousands of masks on the way to the Republic of Korea on Wednesday.


  • China Southern Airlines to resume Shenzhen-Bangkok air service

    China Southern Airlines said it will reopen Shenzhen-Bangkok service starting from March 13, the company's first resumed international flight departing from Shenzhen following a large-scale suspension of flights caused by the coronavirus outbreak.


  • China boomtown Shenzhen issues 120 mln USD to enterprises

    China's southern boomtown Shenzhen has issued 868 million yuan (around 120 million U.S. dollars) to support local businesses in resuming work amid the coronavirus outbreak, local authorities said Tuesday.


  • Shenzhen introduces measures to guide epidemic prevention and control, boost economic dev.

    Shenzhen, a leading city in south China’s Guangdong Province recently has unveiled a slew of measures to guide the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) prevention and control work and boost the city’s economic development.


  • Shenzhen clears 660,000 entry-exit passengers daily in 2019

    An average of 663,000 people were cleared for entry and exit at the land, rail, air and sea ports of Shenzhen every day in 2019, the city's immigration office said.


  • China's Shenzhen bourse reports total market value of 23.7 trln yuan

    The total market value of Shenzhen Stock Exchange, one of the major bourses in China, came in at 23.7 trillion yuan (about 3.4 trillion U.S. dollars) in 2019, the exchange said in a statement.


  • Tech hub Shenzhen signs 128 deals with global enterprises

    A total of 128 deals with an investment of over 560 billion yuan (around 80 billion U.S. dollars) were signed Wednesday at a conference as south China's technological powerhouse Shenzhen tries to attract global investors.


  • Ask Us A Question belt & road login close

    If you have any questions, please enter them in the box below.


    Write to Us belt & road login close

    Do you want to be a contributor to Xinhua Silk Road and tell us your Belt & Road story? Send your articles to and share your stories with more people.

    Click on the button below to create your account and get im access to thousands of articles.

    Start a Free Trial