Shenzhen is leading the way as China aims to transition its economy from being driven by heavy manufacturing to the innovation and high tech industries. In this article, we explore the benefits and advantages of setting up operations in the city.
While China’s growth is slowing as its immense manufacturing sector struggles, Hangzhou continues to grow steadily on the back of its burgeoning high-tech industry, making it a model city for China’s broader economic transition. In this article, we examine investment opportunities in Hangzhou as the city prepares to host the G20 Summit.
Dongguan’s manufacturing sector is transitioning towards high value-added products and away from a reliance on low-skill labor. Here, we outline the investment opportunities and alternatives for low-cost manufacturing as the city pursues this shift.
In this article, we spotlight the Qianhai Shenzhen-Hong Kong Modern Service Industry Cooperation Zone (Qianhai), established in 2010 with the aim of serving as an experimental business zone for better interaction between Mainland China and Hong Kong in the financial, logistics, and IT services sectors.
By Alex Tangkilisan Oct. 28 – Dubbed the ‘City of Science and Education’ due to its more than 200 universities and research centers/laboratories scattered throughout the city, Hefei is the capital of the Anhui Province in Eastern China. The city itself has five counties and four districts under its jurisdiction, and has a population of […]
By Shirley Zhang Aug. 27 – With the Yangtze River running through the city, Wuhan was once nicknamed the “River City.” In addition to that, Wuhan has been referred to as the “Chicago of China” due to its role as a transportation hub for central China. It was even, at one point, described by way […]
Lanzhou: Transportation and Logistics Hub for Northwest China By Yao Lu May 9 – Lanzhou, once known as the “Golden City,” has been an important regional commercial center and transportation hub since as early as the Han Dynasty. The city used to be a major link on the ancient Silk Road and has played a […]
Aug. 27 – Since May 1993, the state-level Xiaoshan Economic and Technological Development Zone (XETDZ), has covered an area of 133 square kilometers divided into three industrial parks: Shibei, Qiaonan and Jiangdong. The zone is located alongside the Qiantang river within the Xiaoshan district of Hangzhou. In conjunction with the XETDZ, an ongoing construction of […]