Xie Lan, Journalist of Securities Daily
With the rise of Internet of Things and artificial intelligence, China's semiconductor industry is developing at an unprecedented speed and breakthroughs. Beyond the traditional industrial agglomeration areas of Yangtze River Delta, Bohai Rim and Pearl River Delta, the central and western regions represented by Chengdu are also growing rapidly.
The conference was jointly organized by China Science and Technology Finance Industry Alliance, Zhongguancun Finance Information Industry Alliance (hereinafter referred to as Finance and Credit Alliance), Chengdu Municipal People's Government and Chengdu Shuangliu District People's Government, aiming at promoting the innovation and development of the global semiconductor industry, strengthening the cooperation between core industries and financial institutions, and promoting the upgrading of key technologies and industrial landing.
As the most vigorous central city in the central and western regions of China, Chengdu is speeding up the construction of industrial ecosphere and ecological chain in recent years, and has formed seven hundred billion yuan industrial clusters such as electronic information, automobile manufacturing and equipment manufacturing. Among them, in the field of electronic information industry, Chengdu has gathered well-known enterprises at home and abroad, such as Intel, Qualcomm, Haisi, and a number of locally grown enterprises. Overall, it has formed a relatively complete industrial chain integrating design, manufacturing, packaging, testing and supporting. It has formed a leading advantage in radio frequency microwave, Beidou navigation, Internet, consumer electronics, etc., and its industrial scale is second only to that of other industries. Shanghai, Beijing and Shenzhen.
At the same time, Zhongguancun Financial Information Industry Alliance and China Construction Bank Sichuan Branch signed a strategic cooperation agreement. The agreement reached a broad consensus on how to better provide high-quality services to members of both sides, including many financial services and preferential policies, such as local and foreign currency cash management, supply chain finance, financial leasing, etc.