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Contributor: Xinhua News Agency
Friday, January 03 2020 - 20:11
AsiaNet
Further Opening-up makes Suzhou a dream place for investors and city dwellers
SUZHOU, China, Jan. 3, 2020 /Xinhua-AsiaNet/--

On January 3, Conference on Further Opening-up in Suzhou was held and 30 policy 
decisions were announced for further opening-up in the city.

With the debut of Infographic Guide to Investment in Suzhou, Suzhou released 
68.8 square kilometers of industrial plots available to global investors and 
introduced its business environment, investment policies and development vision 
to the world with utmost sincerity, according to Publicity Department of Suzhou 
Municipal Committee.

About 3,000 attendees, including innovative talents, entrepreneurs, investors, 
and friends from home and abroad were at the conference. More than 70 domestic 
and overseas media covered the event as a joint witness of the milestone moment 
as Suzhou embarks on another journey of passion and fight for greater 
achievements in the new era.

At the conference, as many as 556 projects were signed with a total investment 
of RMB 735.9 billion.

Lan Shaomin, Member of the Standing Committee of CPC Jiangsu Provincial 
Committee and Party Secretary of CPC Suzhou Municipal Committee, expressed the 
hope that talents from home and abroad are welcome to Suzhou to work, live, 
start business and chase their dreams here. Suzhou extends sincere invitation 
to businesses, international friends and people from all walks of life to share 
in the benefits of Suzhou's opening-up and progress together with Suzhou.

Infographic Guide to Investment in Suzhou was released at the conference, 
available in Chinese, English, and Japanese, the Guide offers precise and 
effective information for investment. It can also be found at the website 
(http://www.suzhourlt.cn).

Source: The Publicity Department of Suzhou Municipal Committee

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