A list of the 12 cities that will host the first tranche of industrial transformation and upgrade demonstration zones has been released by the National Development and Reform Commission and four other ministries. More
Under terms of the Belt and Road Initiative, the 60 or so countries that fall within the plan’s geographical remit are expected to benefit from an enhanced investment environment and streamlined trade arrangements. More
On 18 April 2017, a legal action was published in the EU’s Official Journal, challenging the European Commission’s decision to withdraw the acceptance of a price undertaking, giving rise to yet another development in the longstanding solar panels trade defence proceedings. More
On 21 April 2017, Italy reportedly opposed the European Council compromise on the EU’s future anti-dumping rules. Italy’s government stated that it was “firmly opposed” to a Council compromise put forward by the current holder of the EU Presidency (Malta), which would change the way the EU calculates anti-dumping duties against mainland China. More
Yuxi is located in the middle part of the Yunnan Province. It mainly relies on the G213 Highway that links Yunnan with Lanzhou Gansu. The industry sector plays a significant role in Yuxi’s economy, accounting for 52% of the GDP in 2015. Tobacco related products, minerals and electricity are the pillar industries of the city. More
Industry accounted for 31% of the GDP in 2015. Coal mining and dressing, tobacco and electricity are the major industries of the city. The service sector is also important to Qujing’s economy, accounting for 41% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is the most important pillar of the service sector. More
Industry accounted for 24% of the GDP in 2015. Tobacco, electricity, mining and metallurgy, pharmaceutical, and cement production are the pillar industries of Wenshan. Shanghai-listed Yunnan Wenshan Electric Power is a famous industrial enterprise based in Wenshan. The service sector is the largest economic contributor to Wenshan, accounting for 42% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is an important pillar of the service sector.
The industry sector is relatively small in Xishuangbanna, accounting for 17% of the GDP in 2015. The service sector is the largest sector in Xishuangbanna, accounting for 46% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is the most important pillar of the service sector, its beautiful, exotic, tropical scenery, including Manfeilong Buddha Tower, Lancang River Bank, Mange Buddha Temple and Manjinglan Tourist Village are the major attractions.
Zhaotong is accessible by air, land and water. State Highway 213 connects the city with Kunming, Chengdu and Lanzhou. Zhaotong Airport operates daily flights to Kunming and Chongqing. Chongqing and Shanghai can also be reached directly via Jinsha River waterway from Zhaotong. Industry is a major sector accounting for 30% of the GDP in 2015. Major industries include coal mining and dressing, electricity and tobacco.