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 improved, with several industrial products’ production ranking first in the world. The fou 上海419

nding of New China marked the launch of industrialization, and China’s indu

strial development entered the takeoff period after the reform and opening-up.

Between 2013 and 2018, the added value of high technology industry and equipment manufacturing in 上海419

dustry registered average annual growth of 11.7 percent and 9.5 percent, respectively. Compared with 1949, China’s raw coal produ

 上海419ction increased by 114-fold to 3.68 billion tons last year, while steel production rose by 8,503-fold to 1.11 billion tons.

The electronic information industry emerged and experienced rapid development. In 2018, the output of mobile

communication handset and microcomputer equipment reached 1.8 billion and 310 million units, respectively. 上海419女神会所

The burgeoning service industry continually meets the needs of production and people’s life, the report said.

Last year, the added value of the tertiary industry stood at 46.96 trillion yuan, more than 51 times the number in 1978, with 上海419女神会所

average annual growth of 10.4 percent. The transportation industry, wholesale and retail, real estate sector and financial industry registered an ave

age annual growth of 9 percent, 10.1 percent, 10.3 percent and 12 percent, respectively, in added value.

The industrial structure has continued optimization. At the early st

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omy, while industry and service were relatively weak. In 1952, China’s primary, secondary and tertiary industries respectively accounted for 50

.5 percent, 20.8 percent and 28.7 percent of the GDP. In 1978, the proportions changed to a respective 27.7 percent, 47.7 percent and 24.6 percent.

Since reform and opening-up, China has experienced rapid development in industrialization and urbaniza

tion. In 2012, the tertiary industry’s proportion reached 45.5 percent, surpassing the secondary industry for the first time and be

coming the largest industry for the national economy. Last year, contributions to the GDP from the pri

mary, secondary and tertiary industries respectively reached 7.2 percent, 40.7 percent and 52.2 percent.

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