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Guizhou's open economy showcased at fifth CIIE

eguizhou.gov.cn| Updated: 2022-11-07 Print

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Visitors learn more about Guizhou at its stand at this year's CIIE in Shanghai. [Photo/ddcpc website]

At the fifth China International Import Expo, or CIIE – currently ongoing in East China's Shanghai – the 288 square meters occupied by the province of Guizhou's exhibition area is widely said to have attracted the attention of a great deal of visitors.

The exhibition area is showcasing high-end manufacturing industry of the province – located in Southwest China – as well as its featured products, handicrafts, information technology industry and national opening-up and innovation platforms through exhibits, photos, videos and models.

Visitors can see the details about Guizhou's infrastructure, its self-developed high-tech products, featured industries, national economic development zones, cross-border e-commerce comprehensive pilot zones and processing trade industrial parks.

The exhibition aims to demonstrate the characteristics and achievements of Guizhou's opening-up, as well as promote its competitive industries, policies and investment environment, among other things.

In recent years, as a national big data comprehensive pilot area, Guizhou has been implementing a rigorous digital economy strategy, strengthening support for scientific and technological innovation and accelerating the integrated development of its digital economy and real economy.

While seizing the opportunities presented by the development of the digital economy, Guizhou is helping more and more locally developed software and information technology services to go global, and is increasing the international influence of its big data industry.

One of its CIIE exhibitors – Guizhou Cartegena Information Technology Co – is a software and international outsourcing service company which has experienced rapid development.

According to project director Lu Liangxi, the company has contributed more than 2.5 billion yuan ($345.96 million) to Guizhou's digital economy since it was established in 2013.

Currently, the company is expanding into overseas markets, focusing on its outsourcing services for game art designs and the international company's business processes.

Overall, technological innovation is transforming Guizhou's traditional manufacturing towards intelligent manufacturing and is helping industrial manufacturing products to upgrade their quality and seize a larger market share.

Using CIIE as a springboard, Guizhou is hoping to promote its products and seek more international commerce, and promote the high-quality development of its open economy.

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