China has unveiled plans to further deepen reform and boost innovation in three coastal pilot free-trade zones to improve the business environment and enhance the country's opening-up, a senior commerce official said on Thursday.
More than 10 companies, including auto and white goods manufacturers, have expressed their interest in seeking financing through D-share listing in Germany, according to sources.
Pudong’s annual job fair to lure foreign graduates to work in the FTZ drew strong interest. Nearly 150 foreign students attended a job fair yesterday where over 50 enterprises based in Pudong’s pilot Free Trade Zone offered a total of 478 positions in engineering, finance, marketing, education and sales.
The world’s first surgery using NanoGun technology — jointly developed by Chinese and French scientists — was performed on a lung cancer patient in Shanghai yesterday.
Xuhui District aims to develop its scientific services sector to match Boston and Silicon Valley, the district government said yesterday.
The rush for pole position in the autonomous/driverless car market has resulted in a fascinating convergence of technology companies and automakers.
British and European business owners will pitch their ideas to Chinese millionaires next month in a Dragons’ Den-style competition organized by the publisher of Asia’s rich list, the Hurun Report.