GZ & SZ: top 2 most-favored reinvestment destinations广州和深圳成再投资首选
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➤GZ & SZ rated top 2 most-favored reinvestment destinations
报告：广州和深圳成为中国大陆最受欢迎再投资城市 ➤Garbage bins could soon disappear from residential buildings in SZ
➤Guangzhou deals with “seasonal waste”
GZ & SZ rated the top 2 most-favored destinations
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has been ranked as the most popular reinvestment city within a list of 44
cities in China, followed by Shenzhen, Shanghai, and Beijing，according
to the 2018 Special Report on the State of Business in South China
released this morning by the American Chamber of Commerce in South
AmCham also released its 2018 White Paper on the Business
Environment in China which analyzes the experiences of 244 companies
who participated in the Chamber’s annual study.
“The good news is
that foreign companies are cautiously more optimistic as the central
and local governments are giving signals that they will open up the
market and welcome more foreign investment,” said AmCham South China
President Dr. Harley Seyedin.
(Image via AmCham)
The 2018 White
Paper shows that so far, the Guangdong government is the most responsive
with the December 2017 release of “Policies and Measures of Guangdong
Province on Further Expanding Opening-up and Actively Attracting Foreign
Direct Investment (FDI)”, commonly known as Ten Measures for Attracting
FDI. The Guangdong government is showing a more open approach toward
foreign investment, particularly in attracting high-level talents.
Draft rules call for garbage bins on each floor of residential buildings to be removed
If you live in Shenzhen, the public garbage bin on your floor may soon disappear.
recently released new garbage classification rules for public
consultation. The draft rules state that residential estates should
remove trash bins from each floor and instead require residents to drop
off trash at designated sites.
The new draft rules would be
implemented to comply with new garbage classification policies in the
city that require residents, companies and public facilities to sort
waste to encourage recycling. Removing garbage bins from each floor will
enable communities to better supervise waste sorting and reprimand
residents that do not follow the regulations.
According to media reports in Shenzhen, 18,000 tons of household waste was generated in the city each day in 2017.
Guangzhou deals with “seasonal waste”
(Image via Guangzhou Daily)
According to the Guangzhou Urban Management Committee, 550 temporary collection points have been set up in all districts of the city to deal with “seasonal waste,” including flowers and trees, in order to maintain a clean environment.
Flowers and orange trees are popular decorations used by residents during Chinese New Year in Guangdong, however these decorations are often discarded in the days and weeks following the festival, causing a headache for garbage collection services.
The government is encouraging residents to recycle and replant decorative plants in order to reduce refuse emissions. If the plants must be thrown away, authorities are encouraging people to separate flowers, pots and soil to reduce the work load of sanitation workers.
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