Xuancheng's famous bamboo forest is the largest in Anhui Province. Xuancheng’s paper and bamboo products are the major exports of the city. The industry sector accounted for 42% of the GDP in 2015. With its rich limestone resources, one of the major industries in Xuancheng is construction material. Other major industries include equipment manufacturing, petrochemicals and non-ferrous metallurgy.
Maanshan is one of the major industrial hubs in Anhui Province. In 2015, the industry sector accounted for 50% of the GDP. Iron and steel, autos and auto parts, electricity production and supply, machinery, construction materials, textiles and chemicals are the main industries in the city. Iron ore reserves in Maanshan is the largest in Anhui Province. More
Suzhou is an agricultural base in the province. Major products include wheat, corn, vegetable and fruit. Agriculture accounted for 22% of the GDP in 2015. While Suzhou’s rich agricultural produce helps the development of agricultural product processing and food manufacturing. The city’s abundant reserves in coal, oil and marble also provide stable energy and resource supply to the development of its coal mining and energy supply industries. Industry accounted for 32% of the GDP in 2015.
Hefei has the largest industrial base in the province. Its pillar industries include auto part manufacturing, equipment manufacturing, home appliances, new materials, IT, food and agricultural processing, and new energy. The industry sector accounted for 42% of the GDP in 2015. More
Huaibei has sufficient power resources. Apart from the Kengkou Power Plant, which is a major electricity supplier in Anhui, the city also has rich coal reserves. Huaibei ranks second in Anhui Province after Huainan in coal reserves. Huanbei has a large industry sector that accounted for 53% of the GDP in 2015. Pillar industries in the city are coal mining and dressing, metallurgy, construction materials, electricity production and supply, chemicals, liquor producing and textiles.
Huainan is rich in coal resources. It has one of the largest coal reserves in East Asia, accounting for 32% of East China's total. Industry accounted for 41% of the GDP in 2015. Major industries include coal mining and dressing, electricity production and supply, chemicals, and textiles.
Huangshan's industry sector accounted for 31% of the GDP in 2015. Major industries include beverages, textile, mechanical and electrical equipment manufacturing, chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing. The abundant raw materials and resources such as gingko, pines and limestone have attracted manufacturing enterprises to set up production in Huangshan. More
Fuyang is rich in coal resources, providing stable electricity supply to industrial enterprises in Fuyang. Main industries in the city are coal mining and dressing, metallurgy, electricity production and supply, tobacco, chemicals and agricultural products processing. Fuyang’s wine production is the second largest in Anhui. Anhui Golden Seed Group is a state-owned company specialising in the production of distilled liquor. More
Chizhou is the first state level ecological demonstrative area in China that possesses a good ecological environment. The moderate climate enjoyed by the city and abundance of non-ferrous metal resources such as lead, zinc and manganese are the conditions for industrial development in Chizhou. Major industries in Chizhou include coal mining and dressing, metallurgy, chemicals, equipment manufacturing, auto parts, agricultural products processing and textiles. More
Chuzhou has a significant industry sector which accounted for 44% of the GDP in 2015. Traditional industrial outputs of the city include wine, Chinese medicine and yarns. In recent years, Chuzhou has attracted over 780 enterprises to invest in the production of electric home appliance, making the city an emerging home appliance manufacturing base in China. More