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Haikou introduces preferential policies to boost headquarters economy


Haikou, capital city of China's southernmost Hainan province, has introduced a set of preferential policies to attract global conglomerates and boost the development of its headquarters economy, it was announced at a news conference on Wednesday.

'Southern Corridor' proposed to speed China-SE Asian trade

'Southern Corridor' proposed to speed China-SE Asian trade


A forum aimed at strengthening the ties between China and Southeast Asia began on Thursday in Nanning, capital city of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.

Hainan launches 100-day investor initiative


China's southernmost island province of Hainan launched a 100-day event starting on May 20 to attract global investment to help advance its development as a pilot international free trade zone.

Hainan starts vehicle license plate lottery


Hainan province launched a policy on Wednesday to restrict car purchases, with a view toward easing traffic congestion and promoting the use of new energy vehicles.

46 measures for a better Hainan FTZ


The Hainan Provincial Party Committee recently put forward 46 hard measures aimed at making solid progress in the construction of the China (Hainan) Pilot Free Trade Zone and free trade port with Chinese characteristics, and exploring a new open economic system.

Day 1 of Hainan's new visa-free policy sees 767 tourists

Day 1 of Hainan's new visa-free policy sees 767 tourists


Hainan province adopted new visa-free entry policies for overseas visitors from 59 countries and regions on May 1.

Hainan tightens ownership rules


Hainan has announced a strict, islandwide quota policy to curb speculation in the housing market and better promote building the island into a pilot international free-trade zone.

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