Outstanding loans to small businesses exceed 35 trln yuan
Outstanding loans by Chinese financial institutions to small and micro businesses stood at 35.15 trillion yuan (about 5.1 trillion U.S. dollars) at the end of May, data from China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) showed.
Guangzhou Customs aids lychee exports to Chile
A batch of lychees weighing 426 kilograms and worth over $6,500 was shipped to Chile on June 22 after completing quarantine and inspection procedures by Guangzhou Customs.
China releases new industry catalogue encouraging foreign investment
China's National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the Ministry of Commerce on Sunday jointly released a revised catalogue of industries that encourage foreign investment.
Food traders seek business opportunities at Guangzhou’s food expo
Featuring high quality foodstuffs and ingredients as well as business opportunities in the catering industry, the 8th Guangzhou International Food & Ingredient Fair (GIFIF) opened at the Guangzhou Poly World Trade Center on June 27th.
5G smartphone coming to Guangdong SOON
Ahead of the MWC, Guangdong mobile technology companies such as OPPO, Vivo, Huawei, OnePlus and ZTE bagged over 10 thousand 5G terminals with China Mobile and announced to release 5G smartphones in Q3 of this year.
DiDi expands partnership with Guangdong-based auto giant
On June 26, Didi and GAC Group signed a Framework Agreement to expand their partnership on ride-hailing operations, fleet management, autonomous driving and other areas of smart automobile technology.
Shanghai-London stock connect, a step forward in China's opening-up
The Shanghai-London Stock Connect program opened for trading Monday, a new step for China's financial market to further open up to the world.
Evergrande to build NEV bases in Guangzhou
Property giant Evergrande Group has inked an agreement with the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou to build three bases for the production of new energy vehicles (NEVs).
Guangzhou reports record high of rice dumpling exports
More than 100 tonnes of sticky rice dumplings, worth nearly 400,000 U.S. dollars, have been exported from Guangzhou customs this year, a record high, said local authorities.
Progress in China-U.S. trade talks largely depends on U.S. attitude and sincerity: MOC
Whether or not China and the United States can make progress in their trade negotiations largely depends on the attitude and sincerity of the U.S. side, said China's Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Thursday.