The top ten most profitable industries in China

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China's top ten profiteering industries

China's top ten profiteering industries

1 Real estate: housing is seriously vacant and residents are overcrowded

when the profits of the real estate industry in the world are at risk at the level of 5%, the average profit margin of China's real estate industry is more than 15% (this is a figure that can tell China's taxation, which has been greatly reduced). Moreover, the price of commercial housing in China in 2002 is said to be rising all the way

the high housing prices have caused such bad consequences. On the one hand, there are more than 125million square meters of vacant commercial housing nationwide, of which more than 50% have been idle for more than one year, accounting for more than 250billion yuan of capital, ranking first among the non-performing assets of all industries in China. On the other hand, there are 3million extremely poor households (with a per capita living area of less than 4 square meters) and 33million urban households with dilapidated houses

2. Pharmaceutical retailing: self treatment of own diseases

this year, such a thing happened in Nanchang. The private enterprise "Kaixinren" pharmacy has been selling at a price "45% lower than the approved retail price on average" since its opening. In fact, the price of many commonly used antibiotics and over-the-counter drugs has been reduced by 50%~80%. Someone came here with a 628 yuan hospital prescription and bought the medicine for 263 yuan. It was 365 yuan cheaper! The price reduction has exceeded 60%

The dark curtain of falsely high drug prices was finally torn open. In fact, even if the price is reduced by 45%, the "happy people" pharmacy can still be profitable. You can imagine the huge profits in the drug retail industry

3. Book circulation: a disaster in the cultural field

the price of books in China is roughly composed of: a Book priced at 20 yuan, the price from the printing house is less than 5 yuan, the author's remuneration is about 8%, which is 1.60 yuan, and the publishing house's profit is generally about 10%, which is 2 yuan. If it is distributed by the publishing house itself, plus 5% of the distribution fee, that is, 1 yuan. The remaining 50~55% and more than 10 yuan were taken away by secondary wholesalers and retailers. The current wholesale and retail price difference has been 300%~400% of the legal wholesale and retail price difference

ten years ago, China's per capita possession of books was 5.7, but ten years later, the per capita possession of books was only 5.1! In the 51 years since the founding of the people's Republic of China, the number of newspapers in China has increased tenfold, from more than 200 to more than 2000, but the total number of copies issued has only doubled. This is almost a disaster for a nation with a low level of culture. No wonder this year, there will be such a big news: "one fold boutique books" are very popular in Nanjing

4. Highway industry: money comes faster than cars

about the huge profits in the highway industry, let's start with a major bribery case in Jiangsu Province. Fangxianguo, director of the first investigation division of the anti corruption Bureau of the Nanjing municipal procuratorate, said: "Expressway construction is a typical capital intensive industry. For example, the cost of Shanghai Nanjing Expressway is as high as 24million yuan per kilometer, with an average cost of at least 24000 yuan per meter. The high cost and unreasonable budget have left a huge profit margin for the contractor, and the construction of expressway is even more expensive than real estate. In order to contract the project, the contractor paid tens of thousands of bribes, which will certainly yield amazing profits. The main briber in this case Zhang Wenyi's total assets are nearly ten million yuan. "

we have to ask: who left them so much room for profit? If there is no generosity of corrupt officials, is this possible

5. Automobile industry: it is not as bad as people think

② environmental humidity and other factors will also affect the test results

on June 27, 2001, Chen Bin, deputy director of the Industrial Development Department of the State Planning Commission, said at the first international seminar on motorcycle industry development strategy that the high profits of China's automobile industry are rare in the world

the profits of the world's automobile manufacturing industry are around 5%, while those of China are 20~30%. By the end of 2001, the average profit of China's automobile industry (based on the average of high, middle and low-grade cars) was around 60000 yuan per car, while the average profit of American cars sold to Europe was only a dozen dollars

6. Media industry: no longer an enclave

2002, almost all capital eager to find new profit space focused on China's media industry. However, the relevant officials of the national government said: the state monopoly and restriction of the media are still beyond question and discussion

however, this does not mean that the opening of the media industry will stop. In 2002, Merck of the United States and Phoenix Satellite TV of Hong Kong have landed legally in Beijing and the Pearl River Delta region of China. In fact, China's media industry can not be a "never open" enclave

some people sigh that the secret love between China's media industry and capital is "a little song is easy to sing but difficult to open". But in 2002, China's capital shouted twice. Don't say it. The Chinese media industry is really swaying and fluttering

7. Ye: it's a little wrong to be ranked lower.

it's really wrong to rank Ye 7th. A well-known secret is that all costs are under $100. That is, it is less than 800 yuan. According to insiders, "a brand 82501, the host adopts the exchange servo electromechanical and driver as the power source" is actually manufactured by a Taiwanese manufacturer throughout the whole process, and the cost price is no more than 55 dollars, that is, less than 500 yuan. On november9,2002, on the counter of "Gome", the author saw that the preferential price of "a brand 8250" was 1718 yuan. 300% of its cost price

8. Civil aviation: people who have been abroad know that it is much cheaper to buy air tickets from American Airlines than from Chinese airlines when they travel between China and the United States. Its cheapness is about 20%. From this point of view, the air ticket price of CAAC is not only uncompetitive in the world, but also greatly suppresses the consumption enthusiasm of the Chinese people

however, even under such circumstances, the price of air tickets has not been reduced, but has been mentioned again and again. Such a surge did not bring huge profits to CAAC. As long as it is still a noble consumption by plane, it is difficult for CAAC to get out of the dilemma

9. Agency business for studying abroad: suspected of "trafficking in human beings"

there was a boss of an agency for studying abroad, This is the way to introduce the costs and profits of the industry to the employed staff: "The business of study abroad agencies is absolutely a profiteering industry. Intermediary companies need to do several things: send and receive about twoorthree e-mails and faxes, and help students send materials several times. The direct cost of each customer is about 50 yuan. However, the price of intermediary services is based on the introduction of the latest trend elements of new materials from more than 20 countries and many domestic cities. According to different objects, it fluctuates between 15000 and 25000. If the other school is a contracted school, You can also withdraw more than 10% of the tuition fees from the school as an introduction fee, and some language schools' introduction fees can reach 30%. So as long as we get people out, each customer can at least make a net profit of tens of thousands. "

10. Middle school education: a pot of sesame oil if this kind of thing did not really happen in 2002, who can believe that a junior high school student would have to pay nearly 50000 yuan for admission? The common people are complaining about this matter. How many working families can afford such expensive tuition fees? In contrast, China's higher education is more standardized under the strict supervision of the government. Moreover, with the large-scale issuance of national student loans, which will result in the lack of power and value, the half of College Students' study is constantly improving. But the problem has shifted to the ordinary high school

as a result, ordinary high schools have become fragrant oil pots, which have become a shortage of resources in a limited period of time, so a number of key high schools have become the hardest hit areas of indiscriminate charges for education

in fact, China's profiteering industry is far more than that. Other industries include telecommunications and so on

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