With CPC leadership, village become wealthiest in China

10:47, June 23, 2011      

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Photo taken on June 3, 2011, shows the 328-meter-high Long Wish Hotel International in Huaxi Village of Jiangyin City, east China's Jiangsu Province. It used to be only a dream for farmers in some parts of China of living as good a life as, or even a better life than urbanites did. But the dream comes true in Huaxi Village. In 1965, the former Village Communist Party Committee Secretary Wu Renbao mobilized his fellow villagers to bring a new look to Huaxi and worked with them to get out of poverty. He led the village in diversifying production into sideline and industrial sectors, which made Huaxi one of the wealthiest villages in China after nearly 40 years of suffering, struggle and persisting. Since 2004, Huaxi has started transform of its economic growth. While maintaining the development of traditional industries, the village strived to develop the tertiary industry, covering the areas of tourism, logistics, finance service, import and export trade, ocean shipping, ocean engineering and aviation. In 2010, the tertiary industry contributed 40 percent to the profits of the village. (Xinhua/Sun Can)

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