Study on Development Policies of the Special Industries in Ethnic Minority Areas of China

Jingfu Guo, Jingtao Wang, Jianbin Wang


The special industries are based on special resources with distinctive regional characteristics, including rarity, ecological and sustainable development, and the special product system to meet the market demand. To gain a competitive advantage in the market today, ethnic minority areas should nurture and develop these special industries. Based on the analysis of examples and the features of these industries, this study proposes a set of development policies, such as being market-oriented, making use of the special resources and regional advantages, building a recycling economy model, and developing the green industries and nurture the ethnic culture related industries, etc.

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