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Historically, Zhejiang has given top priority to agriculture, and has been an economically developed province based on industry with featured regional massive economics, since its reform and opening-up.
Zhejiang province in East China reported economic growth of 6.8 percent year on year in 2019.
GDP surpassed 6 trillion yuan ($850.5 billion), ranking fourth in GDP among the 30-plus provincial areas in China, according to the provincial statistics bureau.
The province saw export and import volumes of 3 trillion yuan. Zhejiang's exports accounted for 13.3 percent of national total.
Exports to Belt and Road countries and regions rose 11 percent year on year.
Located in the T-shaped joint of Yangtze River Economic Zone and eastern coastal economic belt, Zhejiang has formed a good port structure - the principal Ningbo-Zhoushan Port (including Jiaxing Port) and the subsidiary Wenzhou Port and Taizhou Port.