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Empirical Research on the Effects of Logistics Industry on Economic

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Logistics Industry is regarded as the artery and basal industry of country economic development. Its degree of the development is one of the symbols of modernization and comprehensive national strength, and is described as the accelerator on promoting economic development. By using economic analytical method, the article takes the gross domestic product (GDP) as the explained variable and the value of cargo circular flow as the explaining variable, and sets up the economic model between gross domestic product and cargo circular flow; the interdependence between the logistics industry and the economic development can be revealed, and some corresponding suggestions about Dalian for the future development of logistics industry can be put forward.

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Y. Wang, "Empirical Research on the Effects of Logistics Industry on Economic," iBusiness, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2010, pp. 87-91. doi: 10.4236/ib.2010.21010.


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