Publication Name: China Economy Atlas - Discovers the Regional Distribution for Each of the 133 Major Industries in China
Author: Beijing Zeefer Consulting Ltd., Albert Pan
Publication Date: 11/20/2011
Format: PDF, Paperback
Amazon Book Store: www.Amazon.com/dp/0473199785
List Price: PDF version is FREE; US$99 for paperback version;
Introduction of this book:
By the end of year 2010, China outperformed Japan and became the second largest economy in the world, attracting the attention of global industrial investors and researchers. China is a large country with a vast stretch of land and economic development varies widely by regions, and there is a huge difference in industrial structure between inland provinces and southeast coastal regions. How to correctly identify the distribution of key industries across the Mainland China in Chinese economy is an important topic for investors and economic researchers both in and outside China.
By adoption of 133 data maps, China Economy Atlas presents a clear picture on the distribution of key industries in Chinese economy across different regions of Mainland China. The book gives an introduction to each industry with an individual data map and messages as well as charts.
For the first time, China Economy Atlas adopts the International Standard Industrial Classification of All Economic Activities issued by the United Nation and classifies all economic activities into 133 major sectors, according with the reading habits of international readers. The combination of data maps, text messages and chart analysis enables the book to present a clear picture on the distribution of all segmented major sectors across provincial regions in Mainland China, telling the differences in industrial structure across different regions and highlighting hot places for relevant major sectors.
In terms of the analysis method, by introduction of the economic distribution index of industries across China, China Economy Atlas provides readers with a quantitative and direct as well as reliable reference based on a composite weighted calculation of the distribution of major sectors with the three key indicators such as the number of enterprises, their business revenue and profits by region and by business type.