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  • Chinese Fintech company teams up with three Japanese companies

    Shanghai-based financial technology (Fintech) service company Zhongan Xinke inked strategic cooperation agreements with three Japanese-funded companies, including Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Company (China) Ltd., NS Solutions (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., and Takumi Innovators (Shanghai) Incubator Management Co., Ltd. in Shanghai on June 24.


  • 【Financial Str. Release】NDRC invites opinions for circular to support quality enterprises borrowing mid- and long-term foreign debts

    The National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), China's top economic planner, released on Thursday an opinion-inviting circular to support quality enterprises borrowing mid- and long-term foreign debts, reported China Securities Journal on Friday.


  • Over 4,900 enterprises attend China Hi-Tech Fair

    The 25th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) kicked off on Wednesday in south China's tech hub of Shenzhen, showcasing a number of advanced products and technologies.


  • China to extend tax, fee supports for enterprises

    China will extend several preferential tax and fee policies to continue easing the burden on enterprises and support the development of businesses, the Ministry of Finance said Wednesday.


  • Major enterprises see rising technical income in Beijing's Zhongguancun

    Major enterprises in the Zhongguancun national demonstration zone achieved a technical income of 850 billion yuan (about 118.5 billion U.S. dollars) in the first half year of 2023, up 17 percent year on year, according to the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Statistics.


  • Longkou Customs helps enterprises to achieve high-quality development

    Longkou Customs has rolled out a string of measures and introduced innovative supervision and facilitation services to enhance the steadiness and quality of foreign trade in Longkou of east China’s Shandong Province since the beginning of this year, according to sources with Longkou Customs.


  • E.China's Hangzhou ramps up efforts to promote local enterprises to expand overseas market

    Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, has ramped up efforts to promote enterprises from Hangzhou and across the country to expand business opportunities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), according to the 13th China-UAE Trade Expo kicked off Monday in Dubai.


  • 5th CIIE brings more opportunities to the world

    Over the past five years, the China International Import Expo has grown from an expo of imported goods to a grand event featuring exchanges of global resources and ideas, as well as a platform demonstrating cutting-edge technologies, business forms, and models in a wide range of sectors worldwide.


  • Digitalization unlocks more RCEP-related policy dividends for Chinese enterprises

    With the formal entry into force of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) early this year, the application and development of digitalization under the RCEP agreement has continuously unleashed more policy dividends for Chinese enterprises, injecting vitality for China’s foreign economic and trade cooperation, reported Economic Information Daily on Friday.


  • China to boost IP pledge financing to support enterprises

    China will strengthen the use of intellectual property (IP) as a financing tool to support micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs) affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, the National Intellectual Property Administration has announced.


  • Nearly 17,000 enterprises registered in Guangxi's FTZ in H1

    The number of newly registered enterprises in the pilot free trade zone (FTZ) of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region reached nearly 17,000 in the first half (H1) of 2021, up 400 percent year on year, local authorities said on Wednesday.


  • S. China's Guangdong Province expected to reduce burden of RMB 50-odd bln for enterprises in 2021

    South China's Guangdong Province is expected to cut about 50.8 billion yuan of burden for enterprises this year, reported Monday.


  • E.China Shandong vows 15 measures to further improve business environment

    East China's Shandong Province has recently vowed 15 detailed measures aimed at further improving the business environment and providing better administrative services for the market entities, reported local newspaper last Friday.


  • Shanghai's state-owned enterprises to invest RMB 300 bln in Lin-gang Special Area

    Shanghai's authorities recently outlined a three-year action plan (2020-2022) calling for state-owned enterprises to invest 300 billion yuan in the Lin-gang Special Area of China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (FTZ), in an effort to boost the development of the area, reported the Xinhua-run Wednesday.


  • N. China's Tianjin provides financial support for sports enterprises to resume production

    North China's Tianjin Municipal Sports Bureau has teamed up with a local bank to provide financial support for sports enterprises to resume production in the post-epidemic period, said the bureau on Thursday.


  • China to strengthen financial support for enterprises

    China will focus on improving financial services to micro, small and medium-sized enterprises in an effort to ensure their sound development, according to a State Council executive meeting on Wednesday.


  • North China's Tianjin provides over 20bln yuan financial support for enterprises in TEDA

    North China's Tianjin Municipality has rolled out multiple measures to help enterprises go through financial difficulties. Those in the Tianjin Economic-Technological Development Area (TEDA) had received a total of 22.38 billion yuan worth of financial support as of early June, said the TEDA on Thursday.


  • China's 10 banks offer 160-bln-yuan special credit support for Shanghai Pudong's enterprises

    China's ten banks including the Bank of China will provide 160 billion yuan of special credit support for enterprises in Shanghai's Pudong New Area, in a bid to help enterprises go through financial difficulties, according to an agreement signed between representatives from banks and enterprises.


  • China moves to bail out foreign trade enterprises hit by COVID-19 outbreak

    China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) announced Thursday that it is beefing up efforts with related authorities to help foreign trade firms get out of the dilemma caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, reported Economic Information Daily Friday.


  • China Focus: Enterprises racing against time to boost medical supplies production

    Can a tofu factory produce masks? Even the owner of the factory would never have imagined such a thing before the novel coronavirus swept China.


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