Industrial development in Daxing'anling lags behind that of other cities in the Heilongjiang Province. Two major pillar industries are mining and wood processing. Other industries include coal dressing and agricultural products processing. Leading enterprises are Daxing'anling Forest Group and Beiqishen Green Industrial Group. Forestry is a pillar of the prefecture's primary industry. Major products include wood products and agricultural products. More
Zhuzhou is one of the three key cities in the Chang-Zhu-Tan (Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan) Economic Integration Area that was approved as one of six national high-tech industrial bases by the State Council of China. The six major industries in the city are transportation equipment manufacturing, chemicals, nonferrous metallurgy, non-metallic mineral products, food processing, and metal product manufacturing. More
Harbin, the provincial capital, is located in the Harbin-Daqing-Qiqihar Industrial Corridor. Being the political, economic, scientific and cultural centre of the Province, as well as an important industrial base of the nation, Harbin has the largest economy in Heilongjiang. Major industries include equipment manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, food processing and petrochemicals. More
Zhangjiajie is situated in the northwestern part of the Hunan Province. The service sector, in particular tourism, dominates the city’s economy. Coal mining, electricity production and supply, agricultural products processing, metallurgy and food and beverages are the major industries in the city. More
Xiangtan is located in the central part of the Hunan Province. The city has a broadly based and diversified industry sector. New energy, auto and auto parts, machinery, electronics, metallurgy, crude steel and steel products, electronic appliances, equipment manufacturing, chemicals, textiles and agricultural products processing are the major industries. More
Yueyang is located in the northeastern part of the Hunan Province. The city can be easily reached by railways and highways, including the Beijing-Guangzhou Railway, the Beijing-Zhuhai Highway and State Highway 107. Petrochemicals, food and beverages, recycling and disposal, construction materials, textiles, paper making and machinery are the main industries in Yueyang. More
Overall, Zhongshan’s exports accounted for 4.9% of Guangdong’s total exports in 2017. Of Zhongshan’s own exports, machinery and electrical products represented 69% of the total in 2016, while foreign-invested enterprises contributed some 56% overall. In 2016, 28% of the foreign capital actually utilised by Zhongshan was invested in the manufacturing sector, 32.3% was in the wholesale and retail sector, with 57% of this capital originating from Hong Kong or Macau. More
Yichun has the second largest forestry resources in Heilongjiang after Daxinganling, it has name of "natural oxygen bar", the "capital of forests" and the "home town of Korean pines”, reflecting its rich coverage of spruce and Korean pines. It is also rich in mineral resources, such as gold, silver, iron and lead. More
Major industries include the forestry industry, accessories for automobiles, paper making, petrochemicals, new materials, medicine and energy. Tourism industry is an important industry in the service sector. Major attractions include the Jingbo Lake, the only lava dammed lake caused by volcanic eruption in China.
Qiqihar has a significant agricultural sector, with animal husbandry as the pillar industry. Qiqihar is part of Harbin-Daqing-Qiqihar Industrial Corridor. The two pillar industries in the city are equipment manufacturing and food and beverages.