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Yunyan pushes ahead with investment promotion

english.guiyang.gov.cn|Updated: 2023-03-31


An aerial view of Yunyan district, Guiyang [Photo/colorful Guizhou network]

Since start of this year, Yunyan district, Guiyang, capital of Southwest China's Guizhou province, has made efforts to promote investment, leading to strong results.

The district's 2023 investment promotion efforts started on Feb 14 in Shenzhen, a port city in South China's Guangdong province.

At the district's investment promotion conference for the first quarter of 2023, held on March 4, 15 projects worth 20.6 billion yuan ($2.99 billion) were signed into effect.

In the first quarter, Yunyan focused on four aspects: total volume, structure, fields, and efficiency, and has been holding investment promotion events.

So far this year, the main leaders of Yunyan have been to cities including Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, Shenzhen to attract investment six times, while other leaders and teams have carried out over 20 visits. They have negotiated with 180 enterprises and organized six investment promotion events inside and outside the province.

Yunyan has signed 18 projects into effect with a total investment of 20.8 billion yuan, focusing on the key areas of electronic information manufacturing, big data, cultural tourism and e-commerce.

This year, in the electronic information manufacturing industry, Yunyan aims to introduce specialized and sophisticated enterprises with strong high tech and added value to accelerate the construction of a 10-billion-yuan electronic information manufacturing industry cluster.

In production services industry, Yunyan is focusing on industrial design, industrial testing, industrial software, and industrial internet and seeking to get more companies to set up headquarters in Guiyang.

Additionally, Yunyan is focusing on developed regions including the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, Chengdu-Chongqing economic circle and Yangtze River Delta to attract investment and integrate itself into regional development.

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