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First, "China Ports Yearbook 2008" , fully and accurately described and reflected the Chinese mainland Jiang, sea and river ports in 2007 to deepen reform, strengthen management, expand opening-up, integration of resources, open up operations, speed up the construction progress And the achievements of the development process, and a collection of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Macao Special Administrative Region, Taiwan port development. Due to participate in the preparation of the municipal port authorities and port companies the attention and support, the version included in the port more than in previous years, the contents than the more detailed version of the calendar year. Excerpts in particular in the port information two new schedule: "sub-category of goods tables" and "a few tables berth", so that a more detailed and accurate information.
Second, each version provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) for the unit, scheduled for the province to Hong Kong and one in Hong Kong, a city on the basis of the port city layout, and then again in the next port cities included in the large-scale enterprise groups with the port; The province to be reviewed again after a separate account of Hong Kong. Excerpts of "China Port Container Transport Yearbook," then a separate sort.
Third, the province arranged for the unit, its ranking is still based on the principle of Chinese administrative divisions arranged on the basis of which, according to from north to south, from east to west alignment.
Fourth, an increase of Excerpts port rail, so that the information in this yearbook more comprehensive and rich.
Fifth, the port version includes information on the provinces by the Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department or the Authority, the main port port (port) or the Port Authority to provide. The record is based on the principle of large and medium-sized port-based, both in the provinces though small, but the UN has the status of the province's main water port.