Shanxi province reports a provincial import and export volume, on July 16, of 45.54 billion yuan ($7.34 billion) in the January - June period, for an increase of 17.9 percent from the same last year period.
Shanxi province’s first practice of “cluster registration”, Shanxi Qichuang Business Service Co (Qichuang) opened on April 3 this year, and is now home to over 60 small or micro-enterprises.
North China's Shanxi province released two plans for the province’s information technology (IT) industry: one to push the IT industry from 2015 to 2017 and an action plan for this industry in 2015.
Shanxi’s non-State-owned investments in fixed assets grew sharply from January to May. It increased 20.5 percent from last year to 157.65 billion yuan ($25.4 billion), according to the province’s bureau of statistics on July 2.
Ten cities from North China’s Shanxi province were included in the top 200 list of most competitive cities for business, according to a report released by Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in June.
An ultra-high voltage transmission line from north Shanxi to Nanjing in Jiangsu province started construction on June 29 in the city of Suzhou, Shanxi province.
Shanxi province published two plans for the province’s eight emerging manufacturing industries, including a plan to push the industries from 2015 to 2017 and an action plan for 2015.
Shanxi International Finance Center in Taiyuan, will be the province’s Internet finance headquarter, according to a strategic cooperation agreement with Shanxi Internet Finance Union on June 19.
A seminar on business cooperation between Shanxi, Macao and Portuguese-speaking countries opened on June 26, in Taiyuan, capital of Shanxi province.
The current opportunity came about after the US Department of Agriculture officially permitted Chinese agribusiness firms to export apples to the US market on May 26.