As China's big economic province, Shandong is not only the bridge connecting the developed regions of inland China, but also the window opening to the outside world. In the grand blueprint of the Belt and Road initiative, Shandong is located at the heart of global commerce and occupies an important position of the economic hub in East Asia.
In China, Shandong is located at the connection point of the Yangtze River Delta economic belt, Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and the Central Plains Economic Zone, has the broad economic hinterland and excellent regional advantages, has mature conditions for opening new patterns to the inside and outside world, and occupies an outstanding position in the China’s vital pattern of regional development in the new era.
In the world, Shandong is separated from Japan and South Korea by sea. It is the important trade node of the Belt and Road initiative and the economic center and hub of East Asia.
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Reporters learned from the Shandong Provincial Finance Department that Shandong Province has further revised and improved the management method of "Innovation Voucher", so as to promote the open sharing of scientific research instruments and equipment
The coronavirus outbreak may have created geographical barriers but cannot frustrate Shandong's determination for joint development. Today,Select Shandong Cloud Platform launched the Online Investment Attraction and Online Recruitment Smart Systems, t
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On May 3, 2017, with a total investment of USD 150 million, the Global Outsourcing Software Park Project of Japan's SoftBank Group (hereinafter referred to as "SoftBank") was started, marking the launch of the largest service outsourcing base project