Despite the increasingly complex international environment and the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, Guangzhou’s Huangpu district remains an attractive hotspot for foreign investment.
Yunpu sub-district in Guangzhou's Huangpu district has cultivated 17 national specialized, elaborative, characteristic, and innovative enterprises, of which six are national-level key "little giants".
China's huge economy, its bright prospects and the government's unwavering efforts to open the domestic market wider to the rest of the world make the country increasingly attractive to foreign investors.
Global investors demonstrated strong confidence in China's economic outlook as foreign direct investment (FDI) into the country hit a record high in 2021.
For multinational corporations grappling with the coronavirus pandemic, China emerged as a silver lining to their balance sheets last year.
A document on further boosting the development of the modern shipping service industry in GDD was released on July 14.
The pharmaceutical production base of InnoCare Guangzhou in Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City in Guangzhou Development District finished the construction of its major structure on Jan 21.
Huangpu's Yuzhu has been approved to become China's demonstration zone for artificial intelligence (AI) and digital economy along with Guangzhou International Finance Town, Pazhou area, and Guangzhou College Town, on Jan 14.
Six projects from GDD win the 2019 National Science and Technology Award.
Guangzhou Development District, located in South China's Guangdong province, is focusing its attention on developing nanotechnology in order to become a world leader in the technology with independent intellectual property rights.