This chapter discusses the economic development of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region. Guangxi has achieved remarkable economic and social development, especially since the 11th Five-Year Plan. In 2011, the region’s seven economic indicators of GDP— total fixed asset investments, total industrial output value, total large-scale industrial output value, total large-scale industrial business income, total savings balance, and total loan balance — exceeded one trillion yuan. Guangxi has also upgraded its basic infrastructure and capacity, constructing a number of high-speed railways, highways, and ports, transforming Guangxi from a peripheral player into the key connection between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) countries, as well as being a hub of south and southwest China.
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