• Companies benefit from Lujiazui's inclusion into Shanghai FTZ


    Companies in Lujiazui, Shanghai's financial hub, have benefited from the preferential policies of the city's free trade zone (FTZ), since the area was incorporated into the FTZ in April 2015.

  • Shanghai pilots community banks to boost innovation


    East China's business hub Shanghai will explore setting up community banks and international funds to encourage innovation and startups, said a senior city official Monday.

  • Shanghai easing way for expat talent


    A trial program to test the issuance of a single, unified work permit for foreigners - replacing the current system under which two government entities have issuing authority - is expected to ease the burden of getting work in Shanghai for highly skilled expats, starting in October.

  • Shanghai to allow expats over 60 to work


    ​When Ford Motor Company decided to move its Asia-Pacific headquarters from Singapore to east China's Shanghai, it was told that the company's president couldn't apply for his employment permit because he was over 60 years old.

  • Shanghai helps startups raise money


    More than 1,300 start-up projects in Shanghai have obtained 260 million yuan ($39 million) in government-guaranteed loans during the first half of 2016, Pudong Times reported on Aug 16.

  • Shanghai accelerates its brand economy development


    A brand promotion center was inaugurated at the 2016 China Brand Economy (Shanghai) Forum on July 23, as a part of the city's efforts to accelerate its brand economy development, according to local media.

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