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in 1978, and sh阿拉爱上海品茶微信ifted its focus toward building its economy.
Data from the National Bureau of Statisti
cs (NBS) shows the count ry’s GDP increased 33.5 times in constant prices from 1978 to 2017, with average annual gr
owth at 9.5 percent, far exceeding the global a
verage of 2.9 percent in the same period. During 40 years of reform and opening-up, China’s economic aggregate increased significantly.
GDP stood at 364.5 billion yuan in 1978, before ju
mping to 1 trillion yuan in 1986, 2 trill ion yuan in 1991, over 10 trillion in 2001, 30 trilli
on yuan in 2006, and over 80 trillion yuan 2017. The country’s worldwide economic aggregate ranking is also rising, from 11th spot in 1978 to second in 2010.
ong the country’s top development priorities in the telecommuni
cations industry,” Zhang Feng, chief engine
er of the Ministry of Industry and Information Te chnology, said on Friday during the World Telecommunication and Information Society Day.
lled for accelerated efforts to set standards in key areas, including 5G, to expedit e the commercialization of this forefront technology and bolster the nation’s core competitiveness.
Major Chinese smartphone maker Huawei Technologies Co has a
veiled its first 5G chip and first 5G foldable smartphone, the Mate X, which is expected to hit the market in June, despite challenges involving the United States.
Also on F
riday, shortly after the US said it would ban Huawei from buying US t echnology without special approval, Huawei’s chipmaking arm, HiSilicon, said
Croatia, April 13 — China and the Central and Eastern European Count
ECs) on Friday agreed to enhance connectivity to achieve more development. The agreement was part of the Dubrovnik Guidelines for Cooperation between China and t
s, which was released after the eighth China-CEEC leaders’ meeting in the Croatian city of Dubrovnik. According to the guidelines, China and the CEECs are willing to pro
ilway projects cooperation in line with respective laws and regulations and through consultations, in particular by strengthening exchanges and cooperation on railway planning, railway organiza
tion development, management, technol
ogy development, logistics and freight terminal construction. China and the CEECs will jointly explore utilization and construction of logistics hubs, said the guidelines, adding that China is
welcome to participate in joint development of new freight lines in connecting markets in Asia and Europe, u
nder the understanding that it respects the principles of transparency and non-discrimination.