The State Council recently issued a five-year plan on elderly care, clearly spelling out the goals and principal tasks for promoting the development of undertakings for the elderly and establishing the elderly care system during the 13th Five-Year Plan period (2016-2020). 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
Bozhou's industry sector accounted for 32% of the GDP in 2015. Major industries include coal mining and dressing, wine production and pharmaceuticals. The Gujing Group, listed on Shenzhen Stock Exchange in 1996, is the first listed distilled liquor maker in China. More
Bengbu has a rather significant agricultural sector with large output of peanuts and cotton that support the city’s food and beverage manufacturing and textile industry. The industry sector accounted for 42% of the GDP in 2015. Cotton yarn production is a major industry in the city. Other major industries include cigarette manufacturing, chemicals and pharmaceuticals.
Premier Li Keqiang delivered the Report on the Work of the Government (Government Work Report) at the 5th Session of the 12th National People’s Congress, which opened in Beijing in March 2017. China’s gross domestic product (GDP) reached RMB74.4 trillion in 2016, contributing to over 30% of global economic growth. More
The Chinese economy grew by 9.3% in 2011 and slowed to 7.7% in both 2012 and 2013. In 2014 and 2015, GDP grew by 7.3% and 6.9% respectively. Per capita GDP reached RMB49,351 in 2015. In the four quarters of 2016, GDP grew by 6.7% in the first three quarters and 6.8% in the last quarter, resulting in an average growth of 6.7% for 2016. More
Research from real estate services firm JLL has found that as some of the larger Western banks downsize their Hong Kong operations by relocating from their Central offices, space in the prime office market is quickly being filled by the growth of Chinese mainland financial institutions. More