This is a selection of resources on Shandong available from the NLB catalogue or the Internet and is not meant to be an exhaustive list.
NLB print and digital resources
Shandong grapples with economic challenges
This article describes the challenges faced by Shandong, northern China’s largest economy, including its declining industries, private sector challenges and diplomatic problems. However, the article also notes how such challenges may be overcome, as well as the factors that allow Shandong to continue to be a region with economic potential.
Retrieved from Economist Intelligence Unit. myLibrary ID is required to access this database.
Study on the strategic innovation and industrial development effect of marine industry
This research paper explains how the marine breeding and healthy aquaculture industry in Shandong can aim to advance economically, as well as how such advancements will ultimately benefit the biotechnology industrial park and innovation alliance in the peninsula.
Retrieved from JSTOR. myLibrary ID is required to access this database.
Urban composite development index for 17 Shandong cities: Ranking and simulation analysis based on China’s five development concepts
The Asia Competitiveness Institute has developed an index to determine urban development and liveability levels in different Shandong cities, and the results are presented in this book. The information provided will be useful to policymakers interested in promoting development in these cities and those who wish to find out the strengths and weaknesses of each city.
All rights reserved, Singapore: World Scientific., 2018.
Shandong & Northeast China
Covering the province of Shandong, as well as other major cities in northeast China, this guidebook provides essential information and cultural insights for those who are keen to venture into this region to live or work.
Retrieved from OverDrive. myLibrary ID is required to access this ebook.
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City clusters to aid growth in Shandong
The article describes China’s intention to build city clusters in Shandong, along with the role they play in the city’s economic revitalisation and China’s goal of cultivating three economic circles within the province.
Singapore, Shandong to boost collaboration in various areas
This article explains how Singapore and Shandong province continue to boost their connectivity and trade relations further, with institutions like universities signing cooperation agreements with each other. The strong presence of Singapore companies in Shandong and vice versa is also noted.
Jinan issues invitation to exciting trade future
The mayor of Jinan, which is the capital of Shandong province, has invited both Chinese and international companies to participate in the development of the province, especially in the establishment of its pilot free trade zone. Jinan aims to open up further and cooperate with more companies in the areas of artificial intelligence, industrial finance and medical care.
Economic overview and opportunities of Shandong province
This report by the government of the Netherlands describes the economy of Shandong as well as its future directions. Readers are introduced to its business climate, key cities and industries such as marine, fisheries and water management.
Amazon launches innovation centre in Qingdao
Qingdao, the largest city in Shandong province, is home to the first global joint innovation centre by Amazon’s cloud-computing arm.
Last updated on Oct 2020