Twelve world-renowned asset management institutions including US-based State Street Corp and Two Sigma Investments LP will land in Lujiazui, Shanghai's financial hub.
Shanghai will open wider doors to the outside world, as opening up is the city's biggest strength, said Li Qiang, Party secretary of Shanghai, during a meeting with Roger Crandall, CEO of US-based MassMutual Financial Group on Nov 10.
Ten foreign-invested industrial projects involving healthcare, intelligent manufacturing and internet-connected vehicles will land in Shanghai.
Shanghai municipal government signed a supplemental agreement with the World Intellectual Property Organization Nov 5 to strengthen cooperation in the intellectual property field.
Twelve foreign-invested projects worth 23.4 billion yuan ($3.37 billion) are coming to Shanghai, according to deals signed on Oct 27.
European countries are actively participating in the first China International Import Expo that is set to take place in Shanghai from Nov 5 to 10.