What more can be said of perennial mainland favorite Shanghai? With a sometimes gritty and rather colorful 700 years of embellished history behind its rise as one of East Asia's international financial centers and mega-metropolises, the city evokes all the feelings of nostalgia and excitement that market-based economy can. Since China's reform and especially since the 90's when Shanghai implemented the strategy of opening up and develo...

Geographical AdvantagesBeijing is one of the business and economic engine-rooms of China, and its excellent transport links mean that any issue with domestic or international logistics can be solved with relative ease. In addition, the city is at the heart of the Bohai Economic Rim, encompassing Beijing, Tianjin, Tangshan, Baoding, Langfang, Chengde, Qinhuangdao and Shijiazhuang, a region of intense economic development with a populatio...

Foreign Trade & Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) Foreign Trade OverviewIn 2005, Beijing's trade volume reached US$158.18 billion, with export volume of US$37.98 billion and import volume of US$120.2 billion. Exports included US$17.28 billion worth of electro-mechanical products and US$12.91 billion in new and hi-tech products. From January to July 2007, growth rates for Beijing's four major exports were all over 60%. Beijing's largest...

In 2005, Beijing's trade volume reached US$158.18 billion, with export volume of US$37.98 billion and import volume of US$120.2 billion. Exports included US$17.28 billion worth of electro-mechanical products and US$12.91 billion in new and hi-tech products. From January to July 2007, growth rates for Beijing's four major exports were all over 60%. Beijing's largest export market is the EU, while ASEAN has surpassed Japan and the US to become the ...

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