Scientific development and new prospects
Shandong has an important location on China’s eastern shore, located by the lower stretches of the Yellow River, the East Bohai Sea, the Yellow Sea, the Korean Peninsula, and the Japanese archipelago. This chapter presents recommendations for Shandong province’s growth. These include accelerating economic growth and restructuring industrial infrastructure; opening up markets to increase domestic demand as a means to fuel Shandong’s developmental momentum; implementing an area-centric strategy focused on bringing economic development to new areas; and strengthening environmental and ecological practices and encouraging sustainable development.
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