Puer is the major planting area of the well-known Puer Tea. The whole agricultural sector accounted for 28% of the GDP in 2015. The industry sector accounted for 20% of the GDP in 2015. Tea, forest products processing, electricity and mining are the major industries of the city. Services accounted for 37% of the GDP in 2015. While tourism is the most important pillar of the service sector, border trade with the Greater Mekong Sub-region is also growing.
The State Council has published calls for a major upgrade to the mainland’s cold chain logistics sector. Released under the title: Opinions on Accelerating the Development of Cold Chain Logistics to Ensure Food Safety and Promote the Upgrading of Consumption, these new guidelines set out to accelerate the development of cold chain logistics in order to improve food quality and safety. More
Nujiang is rich in hydropower resources. Power generation capacity of the Nu River, Lancang River and Dulong River together account for some 20% of the province. Nujiang has a large service sector that accounted for 53% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is the most important pillar for the service sector. Nujiang River First Gulf, Moon Mountain Scenery Area, Dulong River, Tiger Valley, and Lanping Scenery Area are the famous tourist attractions in Nujiang.
Lincang has a large agricultural sector that accounted for 29% of the GDP in 2015, and provides support to the city’s industry sector. Agricultural processing and wine and beverage are the major industries of Lincang. The city has a rather large service sector that accounted for 37% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is an important pillar of the service sector.
A pilot reform programme for home and community care services is to be trialled in 26 prefectural-level cities across the country. The move comes as a joint initiative between the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA) and the Ministry of Finance (MOF) and is designed to fully open up the senior care service market, allowing for improvements to be made to the care provided. More