Special Coverage: 17th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium

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Beijing, HK ink deals worth US$7 bln
Deals with US$7.07 billion were signed on October 24 at the 17th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium held in Beijing.
Beijing, Hong Kong boost economic cooperation
Beijing attracts cultural investment

The Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium, initiated in 1997, is an effective platform for cooperation between Beijing and Hong Kong companies.
Duration: Oct. 23-24, 2013
Place: Beijing, China

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Beijing seeks co-op in curbing air pollution
The capital city will strive to strengthen the cooperation in environmental protection with Hong Kong, Beijing's mayor Wang Anshun stated.

  HK Chief Executive visits Beijing
Hong Kong Chief Executive C Y Leung will leave for Beijing to attend the opening ceremony of the 17th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Co-operation Symposium.
   
  Beijing, HK ink deals worth US$7 bln
Deals with US$7.07 billion were signed on October 24 at the 17th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium held in Beijing.
 

New perspectives for financial cooperation
Experts from Beijing and Hong Kong opened up new perspectives for the financial cooperation between the two cities.

           

  More famous HK firms eye Beijing
Three famous Hong Kong-based firms announced on October 24 that they will set up their Chinese mainland headquarters in Beijing.

 

Beijing to build 7-star hotel in Mentougou
The construction of a super-luxury seven-star hotel will be launched in 2014 in Beijing's Mentougou District, according to a deal signed on October 24.

  Deals on cultural projects signed
Three deals in the cultural and creative industries were signed at the 17th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium.

  Beijing, Hong Kong boost economic cooperation
The 17th Beijing-Hong Kong Economic Cooperation Symposium will open in Beijing on Oct. 23, with the aim to create a win-win situation for the two cities.

 

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