The central government has unveiled a new package of measures to spur the growth of foreign trade.
Adhering to the development strategy of "ecology first, green development," Kangbashi district in Ordos city has been developing tourism and cultural products as its pillar industries.
The city of Ordos got the green light on July 6 from the China Council for the Promotion of International Trade to participate in a World Customs Organization scheme -- promising a significant increase in commerce.
Ordos, a major city in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Feb 27 issued 14 preferential measures to support the development of resident micro, small and medium-sized enterprises amid the current novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic.
The government of Inner Mongolia autonomous region recently launched policies to stabilize its foreign trade and boost foreign investment during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
China has rolled out 20 measures friendly to foreign investors, including further removing business restrictions and leveling the playing field for foreign businesses.