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The shiny city of Shanghai, filled with futuristic skyscrapers that touch the clouds, started off as a small town supported by fishing and weaving. Its rich history as an international, cultural and cosmopolitan hub paved the way for the central government’s investment and development of the area in the late 1990s, turning it into a national symbol of wealth and progress.
Shanghai’s main industries include trading, finance, information technology, and manufacturing. Xuhui, Huangpu, Jing’An and Pudong are all districts that have flourished with the arrival of numerous international corporations that have based their China headquarters in Shanghai. This keeps Shanghai on track to becoming an international economic centre for finance, trade, and shipping.
Shanghai’s Metro system is a fast and efficient way to get around the city. Taxis and bike-hire are also are also convenient ways to navigate Shanghai.