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  • Hunan Foreign Trade up 20.2 Pct in Jan.-April

    [2020.05.18]

    ​Central China's Hunan Province saw its foreign trade rise 20.2 percent year on year to 131.51 billion yuan (about 18.52 billion U.S. dollars) in the first four months of this year, local authorities said Saturday.

  • Hunan Sees Nearly 160% Growth in Foreign Trade in First 4...

    [2020.05.13]

    The customs data shows that, between January and April, Hunan’s import and export value amounted to 131.51 billion yuan, registering a year-on-year increase of 20.2%. A sharp rise of 59.3% was seen in April, with a gross foreign trade volume of 47.95 billion yuan.

  • 2020 Changsha Financial Services Festival Opens

    [2020.04.28]

    The opening ceremony of the 9th Changsha Financial Services Festival was held in Yuhua District, Changsha on April 27. A bank-enterprise matchmaking meeting for the “Artificial Intelligence and Robots (including sensors)” industry chain was held simultaneously. More than 100 enterprises and financial institutions held talks and signed contracts worth more than 6.6 billion yuan on the spot.

  • Hunan Hi-tech Industrial Added Value Exceeds 154.7 Bln Yu...

    [2020.04.22]

    The Hunan Statistics Bureau announced on April 21 that, the hi-tech industrial enterprises’ added value in the first quarter was 154.717 billion yuan, down by 1.7%. As the epidemic situation has improved, the hi-tech enterprises strengthened efforts to resume normal production as soon as possible.

  • Hunan's Medical Device Exports up 42.6% in March

    [2020.04.21]

    Changsha Customs announced, on April 20, that Hunan exported 120 million yuan in medical equipment and devices (medical devices) in March, up 42.6% over last year. At present, there are 118 provincial enterprises exporting medical supplies. Thirty three are new this year.

  • Central China's Hunan Sees Growing Trade with B&R Countri...

    [2020.04.21]

    Changsha Customs in central China's Hunan Province said the province's trade with countries along the Belt and Road (B&R) grew by 18.5 percent year on year in the first quarter to 25.7 billion yuan (about 3.6 billion U.S. dollars).