Which industries are the most popular in SARS

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Which industries are popular in SARS

yangxiaoning works in a media company in Beijing. With the aggravation of the epidemic in Beijing, he constantly receives greetings from his parents, relatives, classmates and friends from afar. The density of contact is much higher than usual. Even his cousin, who rarely contacts, calls twice in Shanghai. Yangxiaoning, who has been in charge of it interviews, immediately realized that telecom operators should "make mistakes" in this SARS. In fact, his own fee in April also rose from the usual 400 yuan to more than 600 yuan, and the SMS fee alone cost more than 50 yuan

after SARS blocked normal interpersonal activities, people began to maintain information communication with the outside world by making and sending text messages. During the "May 1" period, the SMS of China Mobile and China Unicom soared by more than 50%. The SMS traffic of sina, Sohu and other portal stations generally increased by about 20%

in the days when SARS was rampant, the turnover of industries related to communications and networks increased significantly

zhaojidong, general manager of Beijing Communications Corporation, said: "from April 20 to 30, the traffic volume basically increased by about 30%."

in addition to the increase of fixed services, some new services have also developed rapidly, especially the video services based on broadband network, teaching, video conference, video and other services. There are few users at ordinary times, but now they have become a hot cake. Since late April, in less than a month, Beijing Communications Corporation has provided services for nearly 70 conference televisions

in addition, the number, frequency and minutes of mosquito repellent effect of the above people were increased than before. Especially after the opening of teaching and air classes, the number of times and the number of people attending have increased even faster

shopping on the Internet, which is closely connected with the Internet, also grew rapidly during the SARS period. The sales of gc45, gz45, gc150, gv10 and x660 of Kobe iron and Steel Co., Ltd., the largest book chain enterprise in China, during the May Day holiday, were almost five times more than the usual sales

at the same time, because it is believed that exercise can increase the immunity against SARS, there has been a fitness fever in Beijing recently. For a time, badminton rackets, rope skipping equipment and other sporting goods and fitness equipment became popular

in Beijing, many people who have been used to commuting by public transport over the years have resumed the "tradition" of cycling. Riding a bicycle not only exercises the body, but also reduces the chance of infecting the virus in many places where people flow. This has also led to a hot sale of bicycles. During the May Day holiday, a bicycle shop in Beijing sold more than 6000 cars every day. Even a small bicycle shop has more than doubled its daily sales

due to the spread of SARS, the passenger flow in the major automobile markets in Beijing is obviously decreasing, but the number of people wearing masks is obviously increasing. These people who take risks to go shopping in the car market are obviously determined to buy. Let's take a look at the psychology of car buyers. Most people believe that buying a car now means buying health, because driving a car can enable people to live a distance in this special season and reduce the chance of infection. It is understood that in April this year, the sales volume of cars nationwide exceeded 160000. Compared with the same period last year, this figure has increased unabated

China's economy, which has been growing at a continuous high rate, has been known as "one branch outshining the others" in the past two years. In the first quarter of 2003, GDP still increased by 8.9%. So how much did China's economic train suffer from the sudden SARS attack? Is the 7% target still achievable? How long will it take to get out of the shadow of SARS

long Yongtu, Secretary General of the Boao Forum for Asia, summed up the impact of SARS on the economy as "two sides of a coin" - while the tourism, catering, transportation and other industries were hit, they stimulated the market demand of the media, telecommunications, medicine, automobile and other industries. On May 19, economic reference, in fact, is not their traditional best advantage field, published an article on the front page, which analyzed that SARS has created eight business opportunities in the Chinese market: television, networking, medicine, telecommunications, disinfection products, automobiles, sports and leisure industry, and insurance industry

facing the losses caused by SARS, the government and businesses are looking for ways to overcome the negative effects, seize business opportunities and cultivate new economic growth points

although some people secretly enjoyed SARS, the "infection" of SARS to many industries and regions in China still made people unable to relax. Most forecasts indicate that the most affected industry in the short term may be the service industry based on face-to-face contact between service providers and customers. In terms of specific industries, the impact on tourism, catering, transportation, retail, exhibition, sports, culture and entertainment, foreign trade, attracting foreign investment, labor export, etc. is obvious

1 from January to April, the transportation industry was affected by the spread of "SARS", the isolation of people, and the fear of infection, resulting in a sharp decline in the passenger volume of railways, highways, water transport and air transport. The cumulative growth rate from January to April was 4.3 percentage points lower than that of the first quarter. According to the statistics of the National Bureau of statistics, the accumulated passenger traffic volume completed by the railway from May 1 to May 5 decreased by 67% year-on-year. In terms of civil aviation, from January 1 to June 6, the cumulative passenger traffic volume decreased by more than 80% year-on-year

the real estate industry has encountered the SARS cold wave. All localities have actively responded to the short-term impact: the real estate industry is one of China's pillar industries. By 2002, this industry has been growing rapidly for six consecutive years, and its contribution rate to the growth of GDP has remained at about 1 percentage point. Chen Ying, Beijing company of China Resources Land, said: "the loss of turnover brought by SAR virus to our company in the short term should be about 20%." Songguoqing, a professor at the China Economic Research Center of Peking University, said: "the main impact is in the second quarter, and the third quarter should slowly begin to recover."

the real recovery of the service industry from the SARS outbreak should wait for the epidemic to subside completely: the tertiary industries such as transportation, tourism, catering and hotels bear the brunt of the SARS epidemic. 4. May was supposed to be the busiest time of the year for the tourism industry, but on May 13, CITS' B share announced that the company's tourism business had been completely suspended. On the same day with CITS, there were several listed tourism companies, including Zhangjiajie, Xi'an tourism, Jingxi Tourism and Guilin tourism

China's civil aviation industry has been hit hard. Airlines are facing SARS directly: during the May Day holiday in previous years, major domestic airlines are increasing flights to improve traffic volume. This year, airlines are busy dealing with a large number of ticket refunds and group refunds

the insurance industry faces "SARS": in order to fight against "SARS" with all its strength, the central government and local finance have allocated billions of yuan to solve the problem of medical expenses for the treatment of poor "SARS" patients. In the face of the economic burden that SARS may bring to people, the national insurance industry is facing the difficulties. At present, more than 20 kinds of SARS products and services have been launched

the impact of SARS on China's economy is self-evident. However, up to now, international economic organizations, investment banks and domestic economists still generally believe that although SARS will have an impact on China's economic growth, this impact should be limited and short-term. Wall Street wrote in early May that the crisis triggered by SARS has not taken away the luster of China's long-term economic growth. It is predicted that the impact of SARS on GDP is between 0.2% and 1%

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