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Jilin Traffic Volume Impact Analysis on Economic Development

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Since the reform and opening up, China’s transport development has made brilliant achievements and has a strong support for the rapid development of economy and society. In this paper, we collate, screen and analyze a total of 32-year data from 1980 to 2011 on traffic volume in Jilin Province, then we build a partial least squares regression model to the quantitatively predict and analyze the relations of transportation construction and economic development.

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Huang, Y. , Yin, Z. and Shen, J. (2015) Jilin Traffic Volume Impact Analysis on Economic Development. Open Journal of Business and Management, 3, 119-124. doi: 10.4236/ojbm.2015.31012.


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