Guizhou


 

 

 

 

The subtropical southwestern province of Guizhou is defined by limestone: local rivers are coloured a vivid blue-green by it; everywhere you look are weathered karst hills and collections of tall, sharp peaks.

However, despite appearances the province has only been slightly behind Chongqing in terms of growth in recent years with many referring to this as Guizhou’s own “great leap forward”. One of the sectors that has increased substantially is the “big data” sector. Apple, China Unicom, China telecom and China Mobile have all set up large data centers in the province. The China Daily estimates that this will bring 700,000 jobs to the province by 2020.

Like Yunnan, Guizhou also has rich mineral resources. The province is one of the main producers of tobacco and its output ranked second in the country, only after Yunnan. Tea products, vegetables and some exotic fruits are famous both at home and abroad.

西南地区的贵州省由石灰石定义:当地的河流由它染成青绿色: 青山不老,绿水长存 。

近几年来,全省一直模仿重庆地区的经济极快的·增长态势,许多人将此称为贵州自身的“大跃进”。其中一个大幅增长的行业是“大数据”。苹果,中国联通,中国电信和中国移动都在全省设立了大型数据中心,“中国日报”估计2020年将为全省带来70万个就业岗位。

像云南一样,贵州也有丰富的矿产资源。该省是国家主要生产中心之一,其产量仅次于云南,居全国第二位。并且茶叶,蔬菜产品和异国情调的水果在国内外都是着名的。

 

 

 

 

“After decades of steady growth, China’s previously least developed province has become one of the fastest growing. The driving force is political as well as economic: new leaders are working hard to attract investment, and experience in Eastern provinces as their growth model. “