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Shanghai Port-Introduction of Shanghai Main Port

by:VIPUTRANS     2020-05-31

Shanghai, China's largest city, is located at the mouth of the Yangtze River. Shanghai faces the East China Sea, across the sea from Japan ’s Kyushu Island, south of Hangzhou Bay, and west of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, which constitutes the largest economic zone in China, led by Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta Economic Circle. The total GDP of Shanghai ranks first in Chinese cities, and the regional GDP is second only to Tokyo in Asia. Shanghai Port ranks first in the world in terms of cargo throughput and container throughput, and is a good Binjiang Binhai international port. Shanghai is committed to building an international financial, shipping and trade center by 2020. Shanghai Overview Shanghai, China's largest city, is located at the mouth of the Yangtze River. Shanghai faces the East China Sea, across the sea from Japan ’s Kyushu Island, south of Hangzhou Bay, and west of Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces, which constitutes the largest economic zone in China, led by Shanghai, the Yangtze River Delta Economic Circle. The total GDP of Shanghai ranks first in Chinese cities, and the regional GDP is second only to Tokyo in Asia. Shanghai Port ranks first in the world in terms of cargo throughput and container throughput, and is a good Binjiang Binhai international port. Shanghai is committed to building an international financial, shipping and trade center by 2020. Shanghai Economy Shanghai is China's economic and commercial center. In 2012, its GDP ranked first among cities in Greater China. The most important industries were commercial circulation, finance, information, and manufacturing. Shanghai is China's railway and aviation hub, and its port is the world's largest container port. Shanghai is devoted to building into an international economic center, international financial center, international trade center and international shipping center. In 2012, Shanghai achieved a gross domestic product of GDP of RMB 133.33 billion, which is a 7.5% increase over the previous year in terms of comparable prices, ranking 11th in the world. The primary industry, secondary industry and tertiary industry account for roughly 1%, 41% and 58%, respectively. Half of Shanghai's GDP is contributed by non-public economic enterprises. The most important industries in Shanghai are commercial circulation, finance, information industry, real estate, complete equipment manufacturing, and automobile manufacturing. These six pillar industries account for about half of GDP. Shanghai main port The banks along the Huangpu River include Zhang Huabang, Jungong Road, Gongqing, Zhujiamen and Longwu. The south bank of the Yangtze River estuary includes Baoshan, Luojing, Waigaoqiao and other port areas. Yangshan Port, a port formed by reclamation at the mouth of Hangzhou Bay, can accommodate cargo ships with a draft of more than 15 meters to dock and free access.                                

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