How to contact us?
T: +86 (0)25 5231 1740
F: +86 (0)25 5223 3773
Rm 2514-2515, No. 50 Zhong Hua Road, Nanjing 210001
英中贸易协会南京代表处, 南京市中华路50 号2514 室, 邮编 210001
Nanjing City Guide[PDF]
Nanjing at a glance
- Population(2013): 8.22 Million
- GDP(2014):RMB 852 billion, USD 137 billion, GBP 88 Billion
- GDP growth (2014): 10%
- Number of State-level industrial park: 4
- 2rd largest commercial center in the East China region
- Capital of Jiangsu Province
- Host of 2014 Summer Youth Olympics
- Nanjing Jiangbei District, the first national district in Jiangsu
Nanjing is located at the intersection of Yangtze River and is an important transportation hub for the north-south transport route. Nanjing is also an important center of higher education. Software outsourcing services and the biochemical industry in Nanjing are growing rapidly as a result.
Key Business Locations in the city
- Nanjing New & High Technology Industry Development Zone
- Nanjing Economic & Technological Development Zone
- Nanjing JiangNing Development Zone
- Nanjing Chemical Industrial Park
- Nanjing Cross-Strait Technology Industrial Park
- Nanjing South Railway Station (one of the four main railway based projects)
- Development of track engineering systems, rail passenger coaches and other equipment and components
- Development of wind power and PV as a priority
- Aviation electromechanical systems and ground support equipment focused on automated air traffic control
- Lukou Airport expansion
- Construction of Liuhe Maan Airport and relocation of Daxiao and Tushan Airports
- 2 hour to Shanghai by high-speed train
- Several High-speed train to major cities, such as Beijing, Hangzhou, Hefei etc.
- Locally known as the “door of the east and west, throat of the south and north”
- Many inbound international flights from Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Germany and USA from Nanjing.
Things to do in Nanjing
Our local managers 5 top reasons to do business in Nanjing:
- Convenient transport in the East China, with ease access to Shanghai and mayor big cities such as Beijing, Hangzhou and Wuhan
- The capital city of the second largest economy province in China
- Large purchasing power and rich resource in talents, i.e.: one of the top 5 cities with high education resource.
- Local government open attitude and support towards foreign investment
- Comparatively low operating cost