, Guangzhou, January 28 (Reporter Cheng Jingwei) The Guangdong Provincial High-Quality Development Conference was held in Guangzhou on the 28th. Representatives of many Fortune 500 companies shared their investment and production plans in Guangdong this year.

They are optimistic about the development prospects in Guangdong and will further accelerate the market layout in Guangdong.

  Xu Min, chairman and CEO of Procter & Gamble Greater China, said that the P&G international trade supply chain control center will be moved from Europe to Guangdong, and will be responsible for markets such as RCEP ("Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement") and countries along the "Belt and Road" Import and export business management services, laying a strategic layout with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area as the core and further radiating the European and Asian markets.

  Xu Min said that in recent years, P&G has successively invested and established a digital innovation center, a new smart manufacturing center, and a Greater China smart technology innovation center in Guangdong, laying a solid foundation for the high-quality development of the company.

Guangdong puts forward the idea of ​​"manufacturing in charge", which clarifies the focus of high-quality development and gives enterprises better development platforms and opportunities.

  Hyundai Motor Group China President Li Hejun said that Hyundai Motor Group's first overseas hydrogen fuel cell system research and development, production and sales base "HTWO Guangzhou" will be completed and put into production in the first half of this year.

  Li Hexuan said that Guangdong Province not only has the largest economic scale in China, but also, as the birthplace of cutting-edge technology industries such as new energy vehicles, medicine, ICT, and renewable energy, continues to maintain high-quality development and provides equal treatment to foreign-funded enterprises. Open and friendly, good business environment.

The group will cooperate with outstanding enterprises in Guangdong Province to lead the construction of China's hydrogen energy ecosystem, promote industrial development, and actively participate in the construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

  As the first wholly foreign-owned project in the heavy chemical industry with an investment of 10 billion euros, the construction of BASF's integrated base project in Donghai Island, Zhanjiang, Guangdong is advancing.

Liu Min, deputy general manager of BASF Integrated Base (Guangdong) Co., Ltd., said that in 2023, BASF will promote foreign investment and project construction of the Zhanjiang Integrated Project as planned, and closely connect with Guangdong Province to promote high-quality manufacturing development and attract foreign investment. move.