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Zhejiang

Technology fuels growth

The Hangzhou Economic and Technological Development Area (HEDA) has fuelled the city's economic growth for two decades.

Wednesday, 18 July, 2012, 12:00am

Technology fuels growth

The Hangzhou Economic and Technological Development Area (HEDA) has fuelled the city's economic growth for two decades.

Last year, 1,137 enterprises were set up, bringing in additional capital of 2.095 billion yuan (HK$2.556 billion), up 12.9 per cent from 2010.

18 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Centre of creativity

There is a Chinese saying: 'Above is heaven, below is Hangzhou'. If Hangzhou is indeed heaven on earth, it's not only for its beautiful scenery, but also culture and creativity - and the city is becoming known as creative hub.

18 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Growing strong

Hangzhou's transformation from an industrial economy to one led by information technology and hi-tech enterprises has helped sustain growth in the city's office leasing market.

18 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Restored to former glories

Hangzhou was once known as Lin'an, the last capital of the Song dynasty before it fell to Kublai Khan's armies in the late 13th century.

18 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Da Vinci loses first lawsuit for deceiving customer

Consumers won their first lawsuit against a luxury furniture retailer as a district court in Hangzhou, Zhejiang ordered Da Vinci to pay 3.23 million yuan (HK$3.94 million) for making false claims about its goods.

4 Jul 2012 - 12:00am

Developers keen to exploit tourist yuan

Mainland developers are turning to tourism-related commercial projects as safer bets than residential developments, which are bearing the brunt of government measures to curb demand and price growth in the sector.

30 May 2012 - 12:00am

Players brawl with Americans

A Chinese provincial basketball team brawled with a US team during a demonstration game on Friday night in Jiashan county, Zhejiang, mainland media reported.

27 May 2012 - 12:00am

Innovation goes on display at trade show

With 5,000 booths and an exhibition area of 125,000 square metres, the 11th China International Consumer Goods Fair (CICGF) will be one of China's largest foreign trade fairs and one of its four largest import and export events.

More than 50,000 products will be displayed to about 70,000 visitors, including 20,000 buyers from outside the country.

23 May 2012 - 12:00am