The Luohu district government and the Guangdong Yuehai Real Estate Group co-hosted a fair in Shanghai Sept. 8, highlighting the region's investment opportunities.
To attract more high-profile companies and investments to the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, one of China's most dynamic and developed regions, the Luohu district government has rolled out a series of policies that support funding, talent acquisition and public services.
During the fair, Sun Xiaoran from the Luohu Enterprise Service Center introduced these policies in detail, while explaining the district government's plans for future development and its thriving business environment.
Notably, the Guangdong Yuehai Real Estate Group signed a cooperation agreement with the Shanghai Diamond Exchange, marking an important step for Luohu – the largest gold and jewelry market in the country – to become the only diamond export-import trade platform in China.
Meanwhile, the group also announced that it will work with Shanghai BAOKU Culture, a cultural development firm, to jointly establish a real estate project in Shenzhen.
Senior executives of the Guangdong Yuehai Real Estate Group and Shanghai BAOKU Culture introduced their respective roles in the project, vowing to make their contribution to the development of the Greater Bay Area.