Yunnan province is briefly named Dian or Yun, with Kunming as its provincial seat. In recent years, Yunnan has witnessed continued and stable development of its economy and new progress of restructuring. Its economic pillars include industries of tobacco, biology, minerals and tourism. Its industry has evolved into a light industry dominated by tobacco, tea and sugar making and a heavy industry with coal, electric power, steel, non-ferrous metal and machinery as mainstays.
Statistics show Yunnan’s GDP totaled 875.095 billion Yuan in 2011, rose by 13.7 % over last year, 4.5% higher than the national average, GDP reached an all-time high in the recent 30 years. Urban per capital disposable income was 18,576 Yuan, rose by 10.3%; Rural per capital net income was 4,722 Yuan, rose by 13.9%.
Under the open-door guidelines of the CPC Central Committee, Yunnan’s foreign trade has developed rapidly and formed a basic open-door structure based in the southwest of China, centered on the provincial seat of Kunming with the open cities along the borders and the borderline areas as the frontline and its doors open to the Southeast Asia and the whole world. With the strengthening of economic cooperation in the sub-region of Lancang-Mekong River, Yunnan is becoming the corridor and frontline in the regions of Southwest China opening up to the outside.
副主任： 张瑛 、赵壮天 、蒋兴明
地 址： 云南省昆明市五华山
邮 编： 650021
电 话： 0871-3619773
传 真： 0871-3618998
网 址： www.yn.gov.cn/
Chairman: Li Yifei
Vice Chairmen: Zhang Ying , Zhao Zhuangtian , Jiang Xingming
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