Shanwei lies in the southeastern coast of the Guangdong Province. Shanwei Port is a comprehensive port, combining with fishery, commercial and military. Shanwei's agricultural and fishery industry accounts for a significant share of the economy with a rich output of fishes and salt. Electronics, textiles and garments, and energy constitute the major industries.
Shantou was one of China's first five special economic zones that enjoyed special economic policies. Shantou Port, an important port in Guangdong Province, offers exports services to other China cities and foreign countries. Major industries in the city are plastic products, textiles, energy, and machinery. More
Zhanjiang has a competitive fishery sector, in which commercial fish and shrimp industries are well developed with a comprehensive cluster. The mainstream light industries includes food and beverages, plastic products, furniture and textiles, while the heavy industries are mainly supported by oil refining, electrical power and machinery. More
Qingyuan is a city at the northern end of the Pearl River Delta. Qingyuan is rich in porcelain clays, limestone, coal, sulfuric iron ore, zinc and copper reserves, providing resources to pillar industries including equipment manufacturing, non-ferrous metal processing and power industry. Other industries developed in the city include electronic information, pharmaceuticals, textiles and garments, food and beverages, construction materials and wooden products manufacturing. More
Jieyang is situated in the southeastern part of the Guangdong Province. It is accessible by a number of highways, including the Yantai-Shantou Highway, the Fuzhou-Kunming Highway, and the Shenzhen-Shantou Highway. Plastic products, textiles, garments and metallurgy are major industries in the city. More
Meizhou is rich in mineral resources, such as coal, iron, copper, manganese and lead. The pillar industries in the city are tobacco, electric power supply and production, construction materials, electronic information industry, electrical manufacturing and mining processing.
Shaoguan is the second largest city in Guangdong. Shaoguan is rich in nonferrous metal resources, such as silver, zinc and lead. Benefiting from abundant resources, metallurgy, electricity, steel and iron, and machinery has become major industries in the city. Other major industries include tobacco, toys and pharmaceuticals. 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
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.
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