A new office to assist foreign investment was officially established in Harbin.
Key industrial projects have played an essential role in boosting the social and economic high-quality development of Harbin.
To encourage businesses to expand their investment in Harbin, the local government recently issued an investment incentive policy in the wake of the lingering impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The approval of the Harbin area of the China (Heilongjiang) Pilot Free Trade Zone represents a new starting point for the Harbin New Area in the reform and innovation of the local business environment, officials said.
China's Fengyun 4B weather satellite test captured its first group of high-definition pictures from orbit on July 1, enabling people to clearly see the real-time changes of weather patterns with their naked eyes.
Since the 18th Communist Party of China's National Congress in 2012, Harbin's solid industrial foundation has driven the rapid economic development of the city.
Harbin has been advancing its business environment over the past year to attract investment and business registration.
Harbin will receive 700 million yuan per year to develop its winter central heating sector.
The first session of the 16th Harbin Municipal People's Congress outlined major progress that has been made and set forth ambitious plans.
Harbin issued a document to help Harbin enterprises apply modern information technologies.
Harbin recently issued three new policies to provide subsidies for qualifying businesses, in a bid to further stimulate economic development.