The Development Countermeasures of Industry Clusters in Northeast China

Xiaochun SUN, Xiaolong YANG


The development of industry clusters in Northeast China directly influences the development of the economy. From the perspective of the formation mechanism, the industry clusters are divided into the embedded type, the primary type and the derivative type. On the basis of explaining the status quo of industry clusters in Northeast China, such issues as poor embeddedness of embedded industry clusters, unconspicuous brand effect of primary industry clusters and low added value of products of derivative industry clusters have been analyzed. To promote the development of industry clusters in Northeast China, several development countermeasures aimed at the problems have been put forward respectively, including establishing industry supervision and local industry networks, optimizing the international market environment, encouraging local entrepreneurs, establishing regional brands and focusing on promoting the shift of invisible industries.


Northeast China; Industry clusters; Regional economy

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