|April 19, 2019 -- Lhasa's GDP in 2018 reached 54.078 billion yuan with a year-on-year increase of 9.3%, about 1000 times more than the 1959 figure, according to the press conference on the city's 2018 economic development Wednesday.
April 19, 2019 -- Students of the central primary school in dazi district, Lhasa, have a class. With modern hardware and software education resources, the school has eliminated the urban-rural gap in the primary education stage. By Zhang Wei
In 2018, the industrial economy grew steadily and the market for consumer goods grew rapidly. The added value of industries above designated size in Lhasa increased by 8.5 percent, and the total retail sales of consumer goods reached 29.5 billion yuan, an increase of 14.2 percent over the previous year.
The city saw a fiscal revenue of 11.01 billion yuan, an increase of about 22 percent over the year of 2017, according to Hao Sijun, deputy director of the Lhasa bureau of statistics.
April 19, 2019 -- Students get a nutrition meal between classes. The central primary school has implemented the "three guarantees" policy for free compulsory education. By Zhang Wei
The past 60 years have proven the democratic reform in Tibet to be a profound success. Over the past decades, Lhasa's economy has been expanding and its comprehensive strength has been significantly enhanced.
By: Zhang Shiyang