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CUFE launches research institute in Huangpu



The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Huangpu) Research Institute of Central University of Finance and Economics is established on Sept 27. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn]

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area (Huangpu) Research Institute of Central University of Finance and Economics (CUFE) was established in Guangzhou's Huangpu district on Sept 27.

The facility will be committed to theoretical research in the economic management, policy consultation, high-end talent cultivation, as well as the incubation of the financial science and technology sector that serve Greater Bay Area development and the Belt and Road Initiative.

The research institute will conduct research on the finance, trade, taxation, and legal coordination mechanism of the Greater Bay Area, especially the economic theory and policy research on fiscal and taxation systems, as well as financial service innovations. It will provide policy consultations regarding the pressing issues, as well as the key points and difficulties in the economic development of the Greater Bay Area.

The facility will launch both full-time postgraduate programs in financial science and technology, as well as intelligent financial affairs, while offering part-time postgraduate programs like master of business administration.

In addition, a platform will be established for scientific and technological transformation, as well as investment and financing services. It will attract renowned investment and financing institutions to settle in the financial science and technology industrial park, incubate in-house enterprises, as well as assist in the industrialization of Guangzhou high-tech enterprises.

A financial intermediary service platform will also be launched to provide enterprises in the industrial park with services in enterprise growth, management consulting, financial accounting services, tax services, investment and financing consulting, as well as legal services. 

The first six research centers to settle in the facility include the Finance Research Center, the Finance and Taxation Research Center, the Green Finance Research Center, the Intelligent Finance Affairs Research Center, the Digital Economy Research Center, as well as the Open Economy Development Research Center.