Archive for the ‘China’s Other Cities’ Category

Recession Over. Want to Build in One of China’s New Economic Zones

Friday, November 13, 2009 5:06 Comments Off on Recession Over. Want to Build in One of China’s New Economic Zones

With the DOW Jones hitting recent highs, and all the economic markers pointed up, it appears that people are beginning to come out of their hibernation as I have received several invitations ffrom government agencies to help promote their Shanghai events. Personally, I will have to sit both out as I will be on the […]

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Chengdu Investment News: September 18

Friday, September 18, 2009 9:19 Comments Off on Chengdu Investment News: September 18

1. Comparing urban education competitiveness, Chengdu ranking fourth The study report on Educational Competitiveness of Chinese Cities released on August 30th by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences shows that among 15 deputy provincial cities in China, Shenzhen ranks first in terms of educational comprehensive competitiveness, and Chengdu ranks fourth. 2. FAW new-energy passenger car to […]

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Making it in China’s Middle Market

Tuesday, September 8, 2009 2:08 9 Comments

Entering the Chinese mid-market segment: key to long-term success?, by Heiko Gebauer, Thomas Fischer and Elgar Fleisch, is an academic report that I found interesting lately while studying a 2nd tier market plan, and as a followup to a recent conversation about firms moving into the 2nd/ 3rd tier looking for growth. As part of […]

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Chengdu Investment News: August 31, 2009

Monday, August 31, 2009 7:51 Comments Off on Chengdu Investment News: August 31, 2009

1. VXI US to set up western call center in Chengdu The global one-stop call center solution provider VXI US had settled in the Tianfu Software Park, learnt the journalist on August 16th. It is introduced that the size of the Chengdu call center will exceed 1,000 seats, equivalent to the total sum of seats […]

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Guangzhou’s New Train Station. Designed for Grandure!

Thursday, August 20, 2009 22:04 5 Comments

Like to thank Ian for sending this Youtube clip along of the new Guangzhou train station.  Perhaps one of the busiest in the world, this new station is HUGE.  Apologies for those of you behind the firewall, but for those of you who are able to view… enjoy. [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UIPRSvmohzA[/youtube]

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Chengdu Investment News: August 17, 2009

Monday, August 17, 2009 8:50 1 Comment

1. To establish corporate headquarter in Chengdu, company could be granted highest government reward of 20 million yuan To establish corporate headquarters in Chengdu, companies could be granted the highest government reward of 20 million yuan. On August 5th, the General Office of Chengdu Municipal Government forwarded the Chengdu Investment Promotion Commission about Implementation Measures […]

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Chengdu Investment News: August 1, 2009

Saturday, August 1, 2009 4:48 1 Comment

1. GDP increased by 14.3 % in first half year In the first half of this year, Chengdu’s GDP has increased by 14.3%, far higher than the national GDP growth of 7.1%, while the second quarter’s growth rate is 2% higher than that of the first quarter; over half of the task has been realized […]

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Chendgu Investment News: July 20, 2009

Sunday, July 19, 2009 21:03 Comments Off on Chendgu Investment News: July 20, 2009

1. Chengdu to become foreign-invested financial “fourth city”, with currently 8 foreign invested banks Recently, the Chengdu branch of Nanyang Commercial Bank (China) Limited opened to public, and the number of foreign-capital banks in the city has reached 8. According to the statistics, in counting the JPMorgan Chase and the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi which are […]

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