A  report published by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences shows Sanya ranks third in competitiveness growth in 2011.
Sanya ranks third among the top 50 Chinese cities in competitiveness growth, according to a report published by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences on 21st May.
The "Report on the Competitiveness of Chinese Cities in 2011" shows Hong Kong topped the list ranking the competitiveness of cities in China, followed by Taipei and Beijing.  Shanghai, Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Qingdao and Changsha rounded out the top 10.
The report analyzed the competitiveness indices of 294 cities in China, and lists top 50 cities in competitiveness growth. Of these 50 leading cities, Ordos saw the biggest growth in competitiveness among all Chinese cities during the past 10 years. Baotou and Sanya rank second and third respectively.
The report also shows China’s overall economic output has been becoming increasingly concentrated on the contribution from urbanized areas. Specifically, 65.81 percent of the national GDP in 2010 came from major Chinese cities, up by 15.6 percent from 2001.
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