Hunan-Yangtze Delta Economic and Trade Cooperation Promot...
The 2020 Hunan-Yangtze River Delta Economic and Trade Cooperation Promotion Week will open on June 29. It is an important economic promotional events in the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, while taking all necessary precautions. Also it will be the first globally-streamed provincial trade event.
Changsha’s Foreign Investment Maintains Sound Momentum i...
The Changsha Commerce Bureau announced on June 7 that, the actually utilized foreign capital in Changsha rose 9.68% from a year ago to reach 2.35 billion USD during the January-April period, accomplishing 33.68% of the annual target. Among them, the foreign direct investment was 330 million USD, up 7.1%.
Changsha Introduces 20 Major Industrial Chain Projects in Q1
This year, Changsha has made every effort to offset the impact of the epidemic and achieved a good start in industrial chain construction. In the first quarter, the city introduced 20 major industrial chain projects, each with an investment worth more than 200 million yuan, 9 more than the same period last year, with a total planned investment of 34.38 billion yuan, according to data from the municipal industrial chain promotion office.
Optimization of Business Environment Stimulates the Recov...
Changsha, the capital city of Central China's Hunan province, issued multiple policies on optimization of business environment to stimulate a strong economic and social recovery.
497 Key Projects Invite International Investors
The Hunan Development and Reform Commission and the Hunan Department of Commerce publicized this year’s first batch of 497 key investment inviting projects, with an estimated investment of 1.8 trillion yuan.
Hunan Imported Consumer Goods Grow Significantly in First...
The customs data shows that, between January and April, Hunan’s imported consumer goods reached 6.74 billion CNY, a year-on-year increase of 81.5%. Food, tobacco, and alcohol accounted for the largest share of the import value of goods; and imports of clothing and daily chemical products, and clothing, shoes and hats saw a significantly rise.