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  • China's Wuhan to hold largest trade conference since COVID-19

    Wuhan, the capital of central China's Hubei Province, once hit hard by COVID-19, will hold a digital trade conference from Nov. 28 to Dec. 6, the municipal information office said on Tuesday.


  • Wuhan posts strong growth pickup in Q3

    Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, the part of the country once hit hardest by COVID-19, saw a broadening economic recovery in the third quarter (Q3) of the year, according to local authorities Tuesday.


  • Wuhan holds international drama season event

    The Seventh Wuhan International Drama Season kicked off on Tuesday night in the central Chinese city, once hit hard by the COVID-19 epidemic.


  • Wuhan resumes regular Seoul flights

    Central China's Wuhan, a city once hit hard by COVID-19, saw the landing of its first international passenger flight Wednesday morning after more than seven months of suspension due to the epidemic.


  • China's Wuhan takes measures to boost recovery of cultural and tourism industry

    A series of measures to revive the cultural and tourism industry were recently launched in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province which was severely affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, local government announced on Monday, reported by Shanghai Securities News.


  • Wuhan's electricity consumption sees steady recovery

    The power grid of Wuhan saw a maximum load of 12.31 million kilowatt on Tuesday, the highest since the city's outbound traffic restrictions due to COVID-19 were lifted in early April.


  • Ping An Insurance to provide RMB200 bln financial support for Wuhan in 5 yrs

    Ping An Insurance Group will provide 200 billion yuan worth of intentional financial support for central China's Wuhan in the next five years, according to a strategic cooperation framework agreement signed between Ping An and Wuhan municipal people's government, the Xinhua-run reported on Sunday.


  • Central China province donates medical supplies to Europe

    A batch of medical supplies donated by the government of central China's Henan Province will be transported to Poland, Germany, Britain and other European countries via China-Europe freight trains.


  • Delivery services reach 90% of pre-outbreak production

    Express delivery businesses in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, the city hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak on the Chinese mainland, achieved the planned target of restoring 90 percent of production in mid-April, a transport official said on Wednesday.


  • 100 major projects in Central China’s Wuhan start construction

    100 major projects in central China’s Wuhan began construction last Friday, involving a total investment of 186.6 billion yuan, reported the Xinhua-run


  • C.China Wuhan launches automobile Int'l freight train service to Central Asia

    A freight train carrying 216 local produced vehicles left Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province on April 8 for Uzbekistan, marking the opening of a new international intermodal freight route linking Wuhan with Central Asian countries.


  • Tencent to quadruple staff number in Wuhan office

    China internet giant Tencent will expand its number of employees in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, hard hit by the novel coronavirus, to 4,000 in the next three years, quadrupling the current level, the company said late Tuesday.


  • Wuhan lifts outbound travel restrictions, ending months-long lockdown

    Wuhan, the megacity in central China, started lifting outbound travel restrictions from Wednesday after almost 11 weeks of lockdown to stem the spread of COVID-19.


  • Virus-hit Hubei Province to boost employment for poor residents

    Coronavirus-hit Hubei Province in central China will launch a series of measures to boost employment of poor residents and mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on poverty alleviation, a provincial poverty relief official said Monday.


  • Hubei snack food makers shrug off small impact

    Major snack food retailers in Wuhan, Hubei province, the hardest-hit area in the COVID-19 epidemic in China, have come back to life. They said the impact of the epidemic on their sales is limited and they remain bullish on the long-term prospects of the industry.


  • Wuhan sees increasing industrial electricity consumption

    The power grid of Wuhan saw a maximum daily load of up to 5.62 million kW Wednesday afternoon, 30 percent higher than a week ago, the city government said.


  • Xinhua Headlines: A reviving Wuhan with the pace of spring

    Arduous efforts have been made since Wuhan was locked down and the efforts have paid off, with the outbreak of the COVID-19 gradually brought under control in this once hardest-hit Chinese city. With sacrifices and persistence, a bright dawn is finally around the corner.


  • China's Wuhan allows real estate companies to resume production in batches

    Authorities are allowing real estate companies to resume production in batches in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.


  • Car plants greenlighted to resume work in Wuhan: official

    Wuhan, China's "motor city" and the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak, has allowed car producers and auto part suppliers to resume work, a Hubei provincial official said Wednesday.


  • The Wuhan's model: how China has defeated coronavirus

    The measures to isolate the city and other two centres in Hubei province, with the result of closing 60 million citizens inside the perimeter border with a few hours’ notice, has allowed a first stage of containment, by avoiding an explosion of infection cases on the whole Chinese territories.


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