About XINHUANET NORTH AMERICA Corporation
Founded in April 2017, XINHUANET NORTH AMERICA CO. is a media company, wholly owned subsidiary of XINHUANET CO., LTD.
Located in Times Square, New York, XINHUANET NORTH AMERICA undertakes all business from XINHUANET in North America region.
XINHUANET NORTH AMERICA provides services in various business, these include, but not limited, news and information services and the related commercial affairs, training, R&D and marketing for new technologies and products, designs and operations for associated websites, advertising consultancies and other related services.
XINHUANET NORTH AMERICA has always maintained strong relationships with various Chinese provincial business administration organizations and their representatives in the North America region. The Company takes great pride in building key bridges between China and countries in the North America region in science, culture and commerce, and becoming one of the key channels in Sino-US international communication.
XINHUANET CO., LTD, The parent company of XINHUANET NORTH AMERICA, Founded in 1997, is the most influential Chinese comprehensive news and information service portal. In October 2016, XINHUANET was successfully listed in Shanghai Stock Exchange.
XINHUANET news coverage includes a live broadcast on Xinhuanet which distributes in more than 200 countries and regions. Xinhuanet global website ranks in the top 100 by Alexa and top 1 online news media by China Internet Society.
XINHUANET is constantly releasing the world updated news and information in seven languages with multiple media channels 24 hours a day. In the global ranking of comprehensive websites, it has stayed within the top 190 positions. To date, XINHUANET has opened 31 local channels and undertaken various large-scale government websites, including ENGLISH. GOV.CN, PINGAN.COM, WENMING.CN, CHINANEAST, GOV. CN and more forming China's biggest national websites cluster. Additionally, XINHUANET has established a large number of branches scattered in all provinces and main cities throughout China. Meanwhile, these local channels have played the roles of portals serving in every corner of China and kept mutually beneficial relationships with Chinese local governments separately.