One of China's top ports keeps busy in Nansha

One of China's top ports keeps busy in Nansha
Business as usual continues at one of China's top ports located in Nansha, a major city situated on the Pearl River in Southern China's Guangdong Province on October 25, 2013. China has rapidly grown into a global manufacturing power with its entry into the World Trade Organization, but the country as a whole remains relatively backward in service industries like financing, shipping, commerce, trade and culture compared with developed countries. China's major push in growing its deep-water ports and shipping is a clear sign that China's leaders see trade as key to maintaining sustained growth. UPI/Stephen Shaver
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