Chinese 1st Five-year Plan(1953-1957)

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    badguy2000 Respected Member Senior Member

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    Chinese 1st five-year plan was carried out during 1953-1957.

    the main idea of the five-year plan is the construction of 156 industry projects. its aim is to let China own "full industry-chains". most of 156 industry projects were helped by Soviets.

    the 156 industry projects covered almost all sections of modern industry,including auto-manufacturing, tank-manufacturing,steel,metallurgy,chemical-engineering,machining,eletronics,optics,power and mining industry.

    Five-Year Plans of China - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    the five-year plan started in 1953 and was finished in 1957.

    the accomplishment of the five-year plan is a historic achivement to China. It let China have hard backbone of full industry-chains for the frist time.

    before the finish of the first five-year plan ,CHina was still a pre-modern agrcultural country with broken industry chains. Chinese industry even could not provide enough rifles and bullets for its soldiers . that was why China was humiliated bashed by Japanese army during WW II.

    However,When the five-year plan was finised in 1957,China finished 156 industry projects and already had full modern industry-chains set up.

    in 1957, CHina already could manufacture cannons,tanks, jet-planes,submarines and trucks. it also fixed a consolidated industry base to manufacture A-bombs.


    When Nehru faced sino-India conflicts in 1962, CHina had beem already armed by modern full industry-chains and was already completely different from china in 1953. that was why India failed in 1962.


    The following are the parade pictures of PRC's National Day in 1959. all weapons shown in the parade were all made in China, from AK rifles to tanks ,from jet planes to cannons.
    just 5 years ago,that is in 1953,all weapons shown on national day were all "made by Soviet"
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    its steel production rose 1.76 million in 1953 tons to 5.35 tons in 1957.

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    the 156 industry projects of "the1st 5-year plan" coved the following sections:
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    1. Coal-mining industry: 25 projects
    2.Petro industry: 2 projects;
    3.Steel industry: 8 projects;
    4. Nonferrous metallurgy Industry: 11 projects;
    5.Chemical-engineering industry: 7 projects;
    6.Mechanics&machining industry: 27 projects;
    7.daily commodity industry :1 project;
    8. Medicine&drugs industry:2 projects;
    9. Defence industry : 43 projects;



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    one of 156 projects:

    ASC(An'shan Steel Co. LTD) was chinese biggest steel manufacturer until 1980s.in 2008, it still ranks 68th of CHinese 500 biggest enterprises and is expected to grow one of global Top 500 in 2010.
    Now, its yearly steel production is 25 million tons.
    its headquarter is located in An'shan city , Manchuria
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    one of the 156 projects of "chinese 1st 5-year plan

    SAC (shenyang aircraft Co. lTD) is also one of the 156 projects . it is now famous for the manufacturing of J11 and J8.
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    http://www.sac.com.cn/

    SAC is also headquartered in Manchuria. its headquarter is in Shenyang city,beside An'shan city where ASC(An'shan steel CO.) is.
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    it was the workshop of SAC in 1950s.
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