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Industrial development and layout

Updated : 2013-05-27

By ( chinadaily.com.cn )

Harbin will breathe more life into its counties by building industrial parks and letting major companies take the lead in county economic development. Industrial output value in counties is expected to hit 130 billion yuan, by 2016, with an annual growth rate of 20 percent.

The city will develop eight industries in county areas, with farm and sideline product processing expected to generate 50 billion yuan in total industrial output, by 2016, for an annual growth rate above 25 percent.

Food and beverages are expected to bring in 30 billion yuan in total industrial output, by the same time, for an annual growth of more than 25 percent. Wood-processing is expected to generate 14 billion yuan in output, by 2016, with an annual growth above 25 percent.

Building materials and minerals processing should have 16 billion yuan in total output, by 2016, for an annual growth of more than 22 percent. Equipment and agricultural machinery are expected to generate 12 billion yuan in output, by 2016, with an annual growth rate of more than 20 percent.

Clean energy is expected to bring in 10 billion yuan in industrial output, by 2016, and modern logistics with business transactions worth 65 billion yuan. It will focus on an organic food logistics base in the city of Shuangcheng a mushroom market in the city of Shangzhi, and a vegetable base in Wuchang. Tourism is expected to bring in 30 billion yuan, by giving priority to ice and snow, cultural and forest tours.

Three farming and processing sectors

Dairy products will be developed in Shuangcheng, Wuchang and Shangzhi for a more modern diary industry, with the dairy products capacity expected to reach 1.6 million tons, by 2016. Binxian, Bahe, and Mulan counties will develop beef and pork processing as well as cattle and pig farming, with a capacity of 10 million pigs and cattle, by 2016. Bayan, Mulan, Tonghe, and Fangzheng counties will develop the poultry industry, with a processing capacity of 200 million.
 

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