Guangxi looks to improve business climate for growth


Guangxi has been making efforts to build the required infrastructure for linking the region with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and Asean region. — China Daily

NANNING: The Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region aims to continuously open up to both domestic as well as international markets and further help business entities at home and abroad, says Liu Ning, party secretary of Guangxi.

As an important coastal hinterland linking the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and Asean region, Guangxi is a window for opening-up and has favourable conditions to build bridges among various regions, Liu said at a meeting held on Monday.

If Guangxi wants to achieve major development and breakthroughs, it must greatly improve its business environment and make it easier to do business in the region, Liu said.

For Guangxi to build itself into a place with easy access to both the domestic and international markets, the region must follow international economic and trade rules, and further facilitate investment, trade, consumption, capital flow, people-to-people exchanges and logistics, he said.

Guangxi has been making efforts to build the required infrastructure for linking the region with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and Asean region.

More than 3,000 construction workers did not even take time off during the Lunar New Year holiday so as to build the Pinglu Canal, a flagship project on the New International Land-Sea Trade Corridor.

The corridor stretches from the Xijin reservoir in the city of Hengzhou to Qinzhou port in the south of Guangxi, where ships can reach the Beibu Gulf via the Qinjiang River, opening a shorter route to the sea for Guangxi and other regions in South-west China. — China Daily/ANN

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