China’s Hainan Province saw its gross domestic product rise 15.8% year on year to RMB 205.21 billion in 2010, according to the latest statistics released by Hainan Statistics Bureau.
 
RMB 53.93 billion of the GDP was generated by the primary sector, 6.3% more than in 2009. RMB 56.66 billion and RMB 94.63 billion were generated in the secondary sector and the tertiary sector, 19.2% and 19.6% more than in the previous year, respectively. 
 
The province’s value-added output in the industrial sector increased 17.6% year on year to RMB 38.08 billion in 2010.
 
Last year, Hainan’s fixed-asset investment surged 32.8% year on year to RMB 133.15 billion.
 
The province’s retail sales swelled 19.5% year on year to RMB 62.38 billion in 2010, and its foreign trade jumped 21.2% year on year to US$10.85 billion.
 
Hainan’s fiscal revenue soared 40.4% year on year to RMB 52.86 billion last year. 
 

 

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