Yangzhou


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Yang·zhou

also Yang·chow  (yäng′jō′)
A city of east-central China east of Nanjing on the Yangtze River and the Grand Canal.
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The expansion of production in Yangzhou will help Prime View to triple production capacity this year, with sales surging over NT$20 billion this year from last year's NT$15 billion.
Chung, president of the Yuen Foong Yu Group's wholly owned Yuen Foong Yu Industrial Paper Co., said the Japanese capital will be used to set up the third and fourth paper-making machines in the company's plant in Yangzhou of Jiangsu province, China, where annual capacity is 500,000 metric tons of industrial paper, with maximum capacity being one million metric tons.
Formosa will set up an epitaxy-wafer factory in Yangzhou in the second quarter of 2010 and begin volume production at the factory in the third quarter.
Taiwan Cooperative, Taiwan's largest lender, will relocate its Beijing representative office to Suzhou of Jiangsu Province and will upgrade it to a branch, which plans to recruit 20 staffers to serve Taiwanese enterprises in Suzhou and nearby cities including Kunshan, Wuxi and Yangzhou. In the future the branch will expand services to the Yangtze River Delta and northern China, with its branch in Hong Kong to target Shenzhen of Guangdong Province and the Pear River Delta.
2 manufacturer of LED expitaxy-wafer maker, recently decided to open an epi-wafer factory in Yangzhou, China in collaboration with a LED-application manufacturing heavyweight: LCD TV player LG.
In addition, SinoPac will set aside 100 million renminbi to invest in the Yangzhou Credit Guarantee Company in Yangzhou of Jiangsu province.
ENPNewswire-September 3, 2019--DoubleTree by Hilton Introduces Signature Warm Welcome to Yangzhou; With premier access to Hanjiang district's administrative and entertainment center
COSCO Yangzhou took orders for eight firm plus two options; Beihai and Xingang shipyards (both within the CSIC Group) signed for three ships each; and DACKS secured contracts for two vessels.