BEIJING – July 13, 2020 – Xinhua Silk Road, a multilingual Belt and Road centered integrated economic information platform run by China’s Xinhua News Agency, on Thursday rolled out an upgraded version of the English economic data module, aiming to provide reliable data query service for participants of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).
The upgraded English economic data module has expanded the breadth of data, improved the data search functions, and enhanced the visual display.
It has four types of data, including macroeconomic data, industry data, Asia-Pacific enterprise data, and M&A transaction data.
Specifically, it covers data of more than 100 million Asia-Pacific companies, more than 1 million pieces of M&A transaction data, and over 80,000 economic indicators and industry indicators.
The upgraded version provides users with strong data support to study economic development trend of major global economies, evaluate development prospects of China’s industries such as steel, agricultural products (soybeans, soybean meal, palm oil, tea, poultry meat, etc.), understand performance of listed companies on China’s A-share market, and grasp the global economic activities at a micro level.
The picture shows the screenshot of the homepage of the upgraded English economic data module in Xinhua Silk Road.
The introduction of the English economic data module has enhanced Xinhua Silk Road’s data service capabilities, further improved its product system, and consolidated its function as an integrated information service platform. It will further serve overseas enterprises to “come in” and help promote BRI implementation in depth.
Xinhua Silk Road (www.imsilkroad.com) also provides services such as databases, information consulting, think tank research, and transaction matching to meet users’ investment and trade needs under the BRI framework.
You can have access to the data query service for free after registering for Xinhua Silk Road English database.
About Xinhua Silk Road
Xinhua Silk Road (en.imsilkroad.com) is the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) portal. China’s silk road economic belt and the 21st centurymaritime silk road website, includes BRI Policy, BRI Trade, BRI Investment, Belt and Road weekly, Know Belt and Road, and the integrated information services for the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI).