Birmingham signs deal with Country Garden
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.