Global IT product processing base in E. China exports more

09:14, February 07, 2011      

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East China's Jiangsu Province, home to global IT (information technology) products manufacturing and processing base, exported 103.66 billion U.S. dollars worth of IT products in 2010, a rise of 28.7 percent on 2009, according to the provincial commerce bureau.

The amount accounted for 38.3 percent of Jiangsu's total exports.

The total IT exports included 39.73 billion U.S. dollars worth of portable PCs (personal computers), up 46.1 percent year on year, 8.81 billion dollars worth of LCD (liquid crystal display) panels, up 16 percent, and 7.97 billion dollars worth of integrated circuit chips, up 21.9 percent.

The southern part of Jiangsu has developed into an important IT products manufacturing and processing base in the world. The leading 15 IT enterprises of Taiwan have launched operations in Suzhou city, while Kunshan city now accounts for 50 percent of world's total annual laptop PC production.

Source: Xinhua
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