Hainan’s 2013 GDP increases 9.9% to RMB314.65 billion
South China's Hainan province saw its gross domestic product grow 9.9% year on year to RMB 314.65 billion in 2013, according to figures released by Hainan Statistics Bureau.
The growth rate was 2.2 percent higher than the national average of 7.7%.
Value added output for primary industry rose 6.3% year on year to RMB 75.65 billion, and that in the secondary sector grew 9.2% year on year to RMB 87.13 billion. The tertiary sector generated RMB 151.87 billion, 12.1 % more than in 2012.
The province's value added industrial output rose 6.4% year on year to RMB 55.11 in the period.
Retail sales in the province rose 14.0% year on year to RMB 97.19 billion last year.
Hainan's exports rose 18.2% to US$3.71 billion in the period, while its imports climbed 0.8% to US$11.27 billion.
SOURCE: China Knowledge
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