Inner Mongolia signs 123 deals at Greater Bay Area investment promotion conference
Inner Mongolia holds an investment promotion conference in Shenzhen city, South China's Guangdong province, on Oct 20. [Photo provided to goinnermongolia.com.cn]
North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region signed 123 deals with a total investment of 310.6 billion yuan ($42.55 billion) in Shenzhen city of South China's Guangdong province on Oct 20.
The deals cover 11 sectors, including energy, equipment manufacturing, new materials, chemicals, tourism & culture, metallurgy, digital economy, services, and energy conservation and environmental protection.
That's a great result delivered at the investment promotion conference held by Inner Mongolia targeting the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
The conference was attended by 355 companies, including Fortune Global 500 companies and China's top 500 companies, such as Chinese tech giant Huawei, China Resources Group, and Mingyang Group, elevating the event in terms of scale and quality.
Featured products from Inner Mongolia are on display at the investment promotion conference. [Photo provided to goinnermongolia.com.cn]
Parallel activities were organized during the conference, including an Inner Mongolia high-quality agricultural and livestock products trade and cooperation matchmaking meeting and the 2023 Ordos investment promotion event targeting the Greater Bay Area.
Throughout this year, Inner Mongolia has focused on building a high-level "go global" investment platform.
It previously held two major events in Beijing and Zhejiang to draw investment and sign project agreements, targeting the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei and Yangtze River Delta regions.
To date, 311 projects have been signed through these three events, with a total agreed investment of 829.7 billion yuan.
Attendees negotiate deals at the investment promotion conference held by Inner Mongolia in Shenzhen city, South China's Guangdong province, on Oct 20. [Photo provided to goinnermongolia.com.cn]