Research of Choosing and Developing the Leading Regional Service Industry
This paper initially constructed a theoretical analysis framework of choosing the leading service industry on the basis of results of the relevant domestic and foreign theories. The paper takes Chongqing as a case to determine its pillar service industry by the factor analysis method. From the factors of system safeguard, development orientation and platform building etc, we put forward countermeasures and proposals for cultivating the leading industry based on qualitative analysis on choosing pillar industry in Chongqing.
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