East China's Zhejiang adopted a newly revised set of regulations to foster the growth of its micro, small and medium-sized enterprises at the annual session of the Zhejiang Provincial People's Congress, the provincial legislature, which concluded on Monday.
China unveiled new, shortened negative lists for foreign investment, as part of efforts to further open up the economy and improve its business environment amid the novel coronavirus epidemic.
If you are wondering exactly what China's Foreign Investment Law says, what changes it will bring, and what's being said about it, no worries.
Zhejiang province recently rolled out a series of measures to attract more foreign investment.
Zhejiang recently issued a series of policies to support Jiashan county in Jiaxing, Zhejiang, in constructing a demonstration zone for eco-friendly and integrated development in the Yangtze River Delta (YRD) region.
Zhejiang Provincial Development and Reform Commission recently released 30 measures in six categories to improve the local business climate.
The "double eight strategy" identifies eight strengths Zhejiang possesses in terms of economic structure, geological position, industries, coordinated development of urban and rural areas, ecology, mountain and ocean resources, environment, and culture, as well as eight measures the province is taking to take further advantage of these strengths.