A slew of measures to promote international trade and attract foreign investment have been recently unveiled by the municipal government of Shanghai.
Healthier development of private enterprises, especially micro and small-sized companies, is being given high priority among proposals submitted by Shanghai-based delegates attending the ongoing two sessions in Beijing.
A detailed development plan and a set of 20 supportive policies were released on Wednesday to facilitate the expansion of the sea cruise industry in Shanghai's Waigaoqiao area.
The convention and exhibitions sector in the Pudong New Area in East China's Shanghai city is said to have been growing rapidly over the past 20 years.
Shanghai announced plans to boost confidence for promoting economic growth, including providing relief package for enterprises and facilitating high-quality development, official sources said on Jan 29.
Shanghai released a new version of a regulation regarding the setting up of regional headquarters of multinational companies.
Pudong has unveiled 50 concrete policy measures to minimize the impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and help ease the burden on enterprises.
The Regulations of the Lin-gang Special Area of China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone will come into effect on March 1.