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Jewelry industry develops in Ruili, China's Yunnan

05-30-2011 10:00 BJT

Photo taken on July 2, 2009 shows a worker displaying jade bracelets at a jewelry shop in Ruili City, Dai-Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture of Dehong, southwest China's Yunnan Province. Since the 1990s, Ruili has dedicated itself to developing the jewelry industry. There are over 6000 shops and 40,000 professionals engaged in jewelry industry in Ruili, with the annual trading volume reaching 2 billion RMB yuan. (Xinhua/Lin Yiguang)

 

Photo taken on May 26, 2011 shows a hanging jade ornament of
Buddha at a jewelry shop in Ruili City, Dai-Jingpo Autonomous
Prefecture of Dehong, southwest China's Yunnan Province. Since
the 1990s, Ruili has dedicated itself to developing the jewelry
industry. There are over 6000 shops and 40,000 professionals
engaged in jewelry industry in Ruili, with the annual trading
volume reaching 2 billion RMB yuan. (Xinhua/Lin Yiguang)

 

People choose jade ornaments at a jewelry shopping center in
Ruili City, Dai-Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture of Dehong, southwest
China's Yunnan Province, May 29, 2011. Since the 1990s, Ruili
has dedicated itself to developing the jewelry industry. There
are over 6000 shops and 40,000 professionals engaged in jewelry
trading in Ruili, with the annual trading volume reaching 2
billion RMB yuan. (Xinhua/Lin Yiguang)


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