Beijing, December 26 (Xinhua): The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region of China obtained a higher marker in a development barometer in 2020 backed by innovation and transformation Green, official data were shown.

The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Regional Development Index stood at 119.33 points by 2020, up to 118.98 points in 2019, according to the" target="_BLANK">National Statistics Office (NBS) .

The figure represented the average annual growth of 3.22 points of 2014 to 2020, NBS data were displayed.

Index metrics, entered for the first time in 2016, they were adjusted this year to reflect the objectives and focus on the 14th period of the five-year plan (2021-2025 ). The base year moved from 2010 to 2014.

Sub-readings of green development and innovative development led to the Uptick General in the 2014 index, scoring 140.81 and 131.87 points. , respectively, said the NBS.

In decomposition, the region now enjoys better air quality and greater energy efficiency than in 2014. The average density of PM2.5, fine particles that cause the smog, there were 51 percent as of 2014. The three locations saw each of their energy consumption per unit of gross product of the internal product (GDP) in about a quarter compared to 2014.

The staggered support of the region for innovation in recent years showed being fruitful. The proportion of research and spending on GDP increased from 3.48 percent in 2014 to 3.99 percent in 2020, while patents authorized per 100 million yuan (around 15.7 million US dollars) of expenditure on I + D increased 61.8 percent during the same period.

China implemented a plan in 2015 for the coordinated development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei. A progress has been made in many fields, including protection of the environment, public services and transportation. Enditem follows on Twitter and Facebook to join the conversation. Download the Chicanews application

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