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China's high tech zones have brought in more than 3,3 trillion dollars in 2013.

114 high-tech development zones (ZVR) of China brought 2013 trillion yuan (more than 20,3 trillion US dollars) as of the end of 3,3 year, reports Xinhua News Agency.

Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Cao Jianlin said that after more than 20 years, gold reserves in China demonstrate very good development quality and growth dynamics, and turned into a banner of deep implementation of the strategy of innovative development stimulation, as well as independent movement along the path of innovative development with Chinese characteristics. Gold reserves account for more than 50 percent of all high-tech enterprises in the country, energy consumption per unit of gold reserves is two times less than the national average, and for every 10 thousands of gold reserves employees have 107 patents for scientific inventions, which is 11 times higher, than the average in China.

According to statistics, in 2013, the total volume of production in the gold and foreign currency reserves amounted to 19,7 trillion yuan, while the realized value-added products amounted to 5,8 trillion yuan or more 10 percent of the country's GDP. The value added of gold and foreign currency reserves in the industry amounted to 16 per cent of the value added of all industrial products in the country. Total exports amounted to 370 billion.

Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Cao Jianlin said that after more than 20 years, gold reserves in China demonstrate very good development quality and growth dynamics, and turned into a banner of deep implementation of the strategy of innovative development stimulation, as well as independent movement along the path of innovative development with Chinese characteristics. Gold reserves account for more than 50 percent of all high-tech enterprises in the country, energy consumption per unit of gold reserves is two times less than the national average, and for every 10 thousands of gold reserves employees have 107 patents for scientific inventions, which is 11 times higher, than the average in China.

According to statistics, in 2013, the total volume of production in the gold and foreign currency reserves amounted to 19,7 trillion yuan, while the realized value-added products amounted to 5,8 trillion yuan or more 10 percent of the country's GDP. The value added of gold and foreign currency reserves in the industry amounted to 16 per cent of the value added of all industrial products in the country. Total exports amounted to 370 billion.

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