Sichuan province is briefly called Chuan or Shu, with Chengdu as its provincial seat. Sichuan has a relatively developed economy, with its supply of grain, oilseeds, vegetables and pigs having major impact on the country. Industrial sectors with the most comparative competitiveness include liquor and beverage, equipment manufacturing, hydropower and natural gas, with fertilizer industry, electronics and information, Chinese herb materials, software, aviation and space industry having relatively good development.
In 2011，Sichuan’s GDP totaled to 2102,67 billion Yuan, rose by 15%. GDP per capital was 21,633 Yuan, rose by 15.9%. The average disposable income of the urban residents reached to 17,899 Yuan; Per capital net income of peasant was 6,128.6 Yuan, respectively rose by 15.8% and 20.5%.
Sichuan is the province with the most developed pipeline transportation in China. The length of its natural gas pipelines accounts for about 46% of the total in the country. Lanzhou-Chengdu-Chongqing oil product pipeline is the only one of its kind in the southwest of China, with an annual transportation capacity of more than 6 million tons. Sichuan province embodies the renowned sceneries and places, cultural relics, ancient vestiges and folk customs. The E’meishan Mountain, Qingcheng Mountain, Jiuzhaigou-Huanglong, Wenxing Stone Forest etc., all fascinate people with their unique natural sceneries. The Dujiangyan Dam and Jianmen Shudao Road are the marvelous achievements of human efforts against nature.
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Chairman: Ye Zhuang
Vice Chairmen: Cai Jing
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