The largest share of Zhaoqing’s GDP is contributed by its secondary industry, with the primary sector producing a further 15% and the tertiary sector some 35% plus. Overall, manufacturing is the staple of Zhaoqing’s economy, while its agricultural and services sectors are also being nurtured. At present, machinery and electrical products are the mainstay of Zhaoqing’s exports, accounting for 36.1% of the total. In 2016, 70% of the city’s foreign-invested enterprises were Hong Kong-funded. More
Shenzhen has four pillar industries – high-tech, financial services, modern logistics and the cultural sector. In the case of its high-tech industries their overall value-added output has risen from RMB305.9 billion in 2010 to RMB735.9 billion in 2017, an average annual growth rate of 13.4%. It is seen as a global pioneer in several high-tech sectors, including 4G technology, DNA sequencing, metamaterials and 3D displays. More
In 2017, Dongguan accounted for 16.7% of Guangdong’s total exports in value terms, solely trailing Shenzhen. Of Dongguan’s total 2017 exports, machinery and electrical products accounted for 74.5%, with 41.2% of the exports are also designated as high-tech products. Over the same period, the city utilised some US$1.718 billion of overseas capital, with 64.6% of that invested in the manufacturing sector. More
Yangjiang is a coastal city in the southwestern part of Guangdong Province. Yangjiang Port, a national Grade 1 port, serves as a significant regional port in the Guangdong Province. Rapid economic development in recent years is mainly driven by the industry sector. Energy, food and agricultural processing, and metalwork are major industries in the city. More
Automobile is a dominant industry in Baoding. The city has a plan to develop into a light vehicle manufacturing base in North China and become one of the nation's twelve automobile and auto parts export bases. Baoding is also a national new energy and power equipment manufacturing base, including more than 160 companies engaged in the renewable energy sector. Other major industries in the city include electronics and textiles.
Yunfu is rich in mineral resources including sulphur and sillimanite, which rank the top in reserves in Guangdong. The city is traditionally an agricultural-based economy. Stone, stainless steel products and electricity are pillar industries in the city. Yunfu Port, consisting of Liudu Port, Ducheng Port, Nanjiangkou Port and Duqi Port, has an annual cargo handling capacity of 3.5 million tons.
Liangshan, situated in the southwest of Sichuan Province, has the largest Yi community in the country. Liangshan has the most diversified ethnic groups and the largest population of minority ethnic groups in Sichuan. More
Heyuan has the two largest hydro-power stations in Guangdong and is rich in mineral resources. Major industries are food and beverages, mining and metallurgy, equipment manufacturing, electronic appliances, textiles and garments, construction ceramics and pharmaceuticals. More
Chaozhou lies in the eastern part of the Guangdong Province adjoining the Fujian Province. Major industries in the city are ceramics, plastic products, food processing, textiles and garments, stainless steel-related products, printing and non-metal products. More