Chongqing's Opening-up: A Mid-Year Overview of International Engagements | Posters

Updated: July 9, 2024 Source: iChongqing
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Chongqing wrapped up the first half of 2024 with the successful conclusion of the second Belt and Road International Skills Competition. The event showcased the talents of 190 participants from 61 countries and regions, reinforcing Chongqing's position as a hub for international exchanges.

The following data illustrate Chongqing's active global outreach and international collaboration efforts as it continually opens its doors to the world.


Since the beginning of 2024, the city has hosted several significant international gatherings. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)


According to Ctrip, Chongqing has emerged as one of the top ten domestic destinations for foreign tourists during this Spring Festival. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)


In the first quarter of this year, Chongqing Exit and Entry Frontier Inspection Stationrecorded 384,000 passengers entering and leaving, along with over 3,200 flights, marking increases of 287% and 158%, respectively, compared to last year. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)


Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport now operates 39 international passenger and cargo routes, with over 170 weekly flights to key destinations across Europe, the Americas, Australia, the Middle East, and Asia. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)


The New International Land-Sea Trade Corridor (ILSTC) now extends to 490 ports in 120 countries. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)


Chongqing's international network has grown to include 56 sister cities and 129 cities of friendship and exchange. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)


Chongqing has introduced 37 foreign cooperation projects through its state-owned enterprises to attract more foreign investment, with a collective investment exceeding 15.5 billion U.S. dollars. (Graphic/Zheng Ran)

Editor: Li Shimeng