These detailed rules are for Nansha enterprises engaged in cross-border e-commerce and international consolidation and distribution business.
The policy is for the purposes of fully improving and leveraging the advantages of financial agglomeration, accelerating the agglomeration development of upstream and downstream high-end financial enterprises in Guangzhou Nansha New Area (Free Trade Zone).
These measures are formulated in light of the reality of Nansha district, for the purposes of boosting the healthy and sustainable development of the public transport industry and urban transport system of Nansha district.
These implementation opinions are formulated in light of the realities of Nansha for comprehensively implementing the notification and commitment system of certification matters, and continuously optimizing and upgrading the business environment.
The policies are meant to alleviate burdens on enterprises, provide greater assistance to MSMEs in areas and industries that are hit hard by the epidemic.
A policy briefing on preferential policies for the financial cluster in the Pearl Bay was held by Guangzhou Nansha Economic and Technological Development Zone's bureau of financial affairs on Aug 13.
The detailed rules for the implementation of the supportive measures for boosting the development of cross-border e-commerce and global pooling and distribution business was released on Aug 12, aiming to cultivate new driving forces for foreign trade growth.
The document was for enhancing the district's capacity for independent innovation, and building Nansha into an important underpinning for the International Center for Technology and Innovation of the Greater Bay Area, a core area of the Comprehensive National Science Center, and a key hub of Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong-Macao science and technology innovation corridor.