Daoli district’s GDP exceeds 55.8 billion yuan in 2014
Updated : 2015-01-23
By Liao Wei ( chinadaily.com.cn )
Harbin’s Daoli district in Northeast China’sHeilongjiang province, published a group of core economic indicators in 2014, including gross domestic product (GDP) and investment in fixed assets.
Daoli’s GDP in 2014 was expected to increase by 7 percent year-on-year, with 55.8 billion yuan ($9 billion), while its total investment in fixed assets has grown to 47.9billion yuan, with a 26.5 percent increase from last year.
Daoli also came in first in the growth rate of financial revenue and tax revenue among all the districts of Harbin. Its total retail sales of consumer goods and per capita disposable income of rural residents saw year-on-year increase of 12 percent and 13 percent last year.
Last year, Daoli attracted 10 investment projects, each of which brought in an investment of more than 100 million yuan.
In addition, 100 projects were set to start, while 54 projects, including Shanghai Salon pedestrian street, have been completed with a total investment of 33.9 billion yuan.
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