Birm­ing­ham signs deal with Coun­try Gar­den

China Daily (Canada) - - BUSINESS -

The leader of Bri­tain’s sec­ond-big­gest city, Birm­ing­ham, signed an in­vest­ment deal worth up to $2.7 bil­lion on Tues­day with a ma­jor Chi­nese de­vel­op­ment com­pany. The city coun­cil said its leader Coun­cil­lor John Clancy has signed a joint state­ment of in­vest­ment com­mit­ment with Coun­try Gar­den. It will ini­tially see the Guangdong-based com­pany ex­plore large scale in­vest­ment op­por­tu­ni­ties in the Birm­ing­ham city re­gion area with par­tic­u­lar fo­cus on re­gen­er­a­tion and in­vest­ment op­tions re­lated to the HS2 (high-speed rail) project. as a free up­grade on some Google phones un­der the Nexus brand. The V20 would be the first with Nougat al­ready in­stalled. showed onWed­nes­day. Nearly 200,000 Chi­nese tourists have ar­rived in Sri Lanka from Jan­uary to Au­gust this year, a 32 per­cent in­crease from the same pe­riod last year. Over­all, tourist ar­rivals to Sri Lanka rose 11.8 per­cent from a year ear­lier to 186,288 in Au­gust 2016, with to­tal vis­i­tors up 16 per­cent to 1.3 mil­lion, ac­cord­ing to the min­istry. next year to in­crease sales to 10 mil­lion eu­ros, said the group’s CEO Nor­munds Stanevics. Stanevics said that Food Union had been af­fected by the Rus­sian food prod­uct em­bargo against the Euro­pean Union as its sales fell. There­fore Food Union had fo­cused on the do­mes­tic mar­ket.

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