Dali has a rather large industry sector that accounted for 31% of the GDP in 2015. Tobacco, building materials, metallurgy, mechanical equipment, electricity, biological resources processing and deep processing of agricultural products are the major industries of Dali. The service sector is the largest economic contributor to Dali, accounting for 39% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is the most important pillar of the service sector.
The service sector is the largest economic contributor to Dehong, accounting for 50% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism and trade are the two most important pillars of the service sector. Major tourist attractions include Zhaduo Buddha Footprint Scenery Area, Luchuan Ancient Town and the border trade town in Ruili.More
Diqing Autonomous Prefecture is located in the northwestern part of the Yunnan Province. It is accessible by highways and air. The service sector is the largest economic contributor to Diqing, accounting for 58% of the GDP in 2015. Tourism is an important pillar of the service sector. Shangri-La is the most popular tourist spot in Diqing.More
Industry accounted for 28% of the GDP in 2015. Tobacco, metallurgy and pharmaceuticals are the major industries of Chuxiong. Services accounted for 42% of the GDP in 2015, of which tourism and exports are the major sectors. Chuxiong’s major exports are agriculture products and billet products. ASEAN member nations are the primary trading partners of the prefecture.
The establishment of pilot free trade zones represents China's major move to adopt a more proactive strategy of opening up in line with the new trend of global economic development. The State Council has so far approved pilot free trade zones (FTZs) for Shanghai, Tianjin, Guangdong, Fujian, Liaoning, Zhejiang, Henan, Hubei, Chongqing, Sichuan and Shaanxi.More
Mianyang has the third largest industry sector in Sichuan with gross industrial output amounted to RMB244 billion in 2015. Mianyang has six major industries, including electronic information, metallurgy, automobiles and auto parts, building materials, biopharmaceuticals and food processing. Changhong and Sichuan Jiuzhou Electric Group are examples of leading industrial enterprises in the city.More
Ya'an is located in the middle of the Sichuan Province. It is mainly accessible by highways, including the Sichuan-Tibet Highway and the Sichuan-Yunnan Highway. Enjoying rich manganese, granite and marble resources, Ya’an has developed machinery, metallurgy, building materials and agriculture products processing as the major industries. Gross industrial output amounted to RMB50 billion in 2015.
Ziyang is located in the mid-eastern part of the Sichuan Province. The city has a convenient highway and railway network that connects the city with other major cities in China, including Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Xiamen and Lhasa. Major industries in Ziyang include automobiles, food processing, pharmaceuticals, textiles and building materials. Gross industrial output amounted to RMB118 billion in 2015.
Nanchong is located in the northeastern part of the Sichuan Province. National highways and expressways intersect in the city, making it accessible from Chengdu, Guang’an and Chongqing. Major industries in Nanchong include petrochemicals, machinery and related spare parts, textiles, agricultural products processing, construction materials and energy. Gross industrial output amounted to RMB218 billion in 2015.More
Neijiang is rich in mineral resources, particularly coal, limestone and quartz sand. Major industries in Neijiang include metallurgical materials, food and beverage manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, machinery and electricity. Gross industrial output amounted to RMB165 billion in 2015.More