China's high-tech company registered as resident of Great Stone industrial park

A Chinese high-tech company has been registered as a resident of the China-Belarus industrial park Great Stone, the park's administration said on Thursday.

The new resident company, Xinlian Technologies International Company, intends to set up a center for storing and processing a large amount of data.

The company's specialization is infrastructure solutions development for smart cities such as transportation routes, parking spaces planning and clinic electronic registration system, the administration said.

The company's target market is the Republic of Belarus, primarily the Minsk region. The project will be implemented in 2019-2020, with a total volume of investments close to 2.5 million U.S. dollars.

Editor: 曹家宁
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