Beijing CBD goes global (2)

16:40, October 28, 2010      

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The CBD offers residents pleasant places to live, work and play.(Source: China Daily)

Statistical overview

Global corporations currently account for 80 percent of rented office space in the CBD.

The district has more than 20,000 enterprises and 1,000 financial service providers and leading media organizations.

Around 200 top global business consulting companies, including PricewaterhouseCoopers, McKinsey and China International Capital Corp, have established offices in the area.

More than 150 Fortune 500 companies like Cisco, Hewlett-Packard and Samsung are attracted there to set up divisions.

The district boasts 70 percent of the city's overseas financial institutions and Fortune 500 enterprises.

More than half of Chaoyang's industrial added value, retail sales and tax income come from the CBD.

About 100 multi-national companies, including Shell, Toyota and GE, have set up their regional headquarters in the area, accounting for more than 80 percent Beijing's total.

The CBD has established partnerships with renowned universities and media including China Central Television, Beijing TV Station and People's Daily.
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