Posts Tagged ‘2nd Tier’

Tianjin Investment News: August 28, 2008

Thursday, August 28, 2008 0:49 Comments Off on Tianjin Investment News: August 28, 2008

TEDA ADMINISTRATIVE COMMISSION AND REICHHOLD POLYMERS (TIANJIN) INKS AN AGREEMENT ON INVESTMENT AND COOPEATION Recently the Administrative Commission of TEDA and Reichhold Polymers (Tianjin) Co., Ltd. held a ceremony for signing an agreement on investment and cooperation in the Investment Service Center. It is introduced that Reichold is the world’s largest resin supplier and one […]

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Chengdu Investment News: August 18

Monday, August 18, 2008 10:41 Comments Off on Chengdu Investment News: August 18

1. Agreement signed among eleven cities on Southern Silk Road to form tourist alliance At the closing ceremony of the Southern Silk Road and Ethnical Cultural Forum held on July 26th, 11 node cities on the Southern Silk Road including Chengdu, Ya’an and Zhaotong of Yunnan formally signed the Southern Silk Road Tourist Alliance Cooperative […]

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Chengdu Investment News: August 3

Sunday, August 3, 2008 6:54 Comments Off on Chengdu Investment News: August 3

1. In second half year, sending 500,000 Taiwanese tourists to Chengdu On July 11th, a delegation of 92 members composed of over 60 travel agents and 20 media led by Yao Daguang, director-general of Travel Agent Association of R.O.C. Taiwan, came to Chengdu, starting their 5-day tour of investigation on Sichuan tourism. On 14th having […]

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Tianjin Investment Newsletter: June 24, 2008

Thursday, July 24, 2008 0:19 1 Comment

FDI UTILIZATION CONTINUES TO GROW IN TEDA In this May 10 new foreign enterprises were approved and 15 existing ones increased their investment in TEDA with new foreign investment, contracted overseas investment and actually funded investment adding up to 793 million, 316 million and 212 million US dollars respectively. Another 67 domestic-funded enterprises were registered […]

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Chongqing Rations Power

Monday, July 21, 2008 9:51 2 Comments

Reuters is reporting that Chongqing is now rationing power along with 12 other provinces in their article China’s Chongqing starts to ration power Blaming the hot weather and coal shortage as the primary reasons for the shortage, I would like to at this time ask an important question. What happened to the dam?  Chongqing is […]

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Chengdu Investment News: July 17

Thursday, July 17, 2008 3:00 4 Comments

1. US Secretary of State Rice visited Dujiangyan In response to the invitation of Chinese foreign minister Yang Jiechi, US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice leading a delegation of over 60 members arrived in Chengdu on June 29th, and moved on to Dujiangyan for a visit, which was severely hit by the Wenchuan Earthquake. Rice […]

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Ted Koppel’s China Series Gets Skewered By NYT

Wednesday, July 9, 2008 7:44 18 Comments

I am not sure if anyone out there has seen the recent Ted Koppel series on China, but Neil Genzlinger had this to say: Ted Koppel doesn’t actually cover much geographic ground in “The People’s Republic of Capitalism,” his four-part look at change in China on the Discovery Channel, but he seems a bit like […]

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Suzhou Investment Newsletter: June 2008

Thursday, July 3, 2008 7:44 Comments Off on Suzhou Investment Newsletter: June 2008

Marketing Status Total 3262 projects with total contractual foreign investment of US$ 33.38 billion 30 new projects with total contractual foreign investment of US$ 425.08 million in May, 2008 Foundation-layings & Openings The largest 5-star deluxe hotel in SIP, Suzhou Jinji Lake Kempinski Grand Hotel, held opening ceremony on May 18. Managed by the top-class […]

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