A consumer finance company, the first of its kind in Shanxi province, opened in Taiyuan, capital city of North China's Shanxi province on Feb 24.
Taiyuan Customs announced that the total import and export value of Shanxi province in 2015 was 91.4 billion yuan ($13.90 billion), ranking 24th nationwide, sxgov.cn has reported.
Private investment in North China's Shanxi province reached 835.3 billion yuan in 2015, an increase of 21 percent from a year earlier, said the province's statistics bureau.
Disposable income per person rose markedly in both Shanxi's urban and rural areas in the first three quarters of 2015, indicating an unquestionable growth for the whole year.
Total retail sales of consumer goods of North China's Shanxi province developed rapidly to reach 584.4 billion yuan in 2015.
Share prices of beleaguered coal and steel companies surged on Wednesday after Premier Li Keqiang vowed steps to cut overcapacity and overcome nagging problems.
The ambitious plan aims to boost China's railroad to a record 150,000 kilometers and link any major city with a population over 200,000.
A thirty-year-old candy company in Shanxi province inked overseas deals worth $9 million in the four-day Canton Fair this September.
China’s first pilot cities for industrial green transformation will explore a linkage mechanism by integrating their capital, technology, planning and training resources.
Shanxi province in North China vows to guide and support more migrant workers, university graduates and ex-servicemen to start businesses in their hometowns.