China News Service, Beijing, September 9th. The "China Township Comprehensive Competitiveness Report 2020" (hereinafter referred to as the report) released on the 9th shows that the top 100 towns in China in 2020 are distributed in 10 provinces across the country, mainly in the eastern region.

Among them, Jiangsu ranked first with 36 top 100 towns, and Guangdong and Zhejiang ranked second and third respectively.

  The "China Township Comprehensive Competitiveness Report 2020" jointly issued by the Competitiveness Think Tank, China Economic Herald and Beijing Sino-Singapore Urban Planning and Design Institute in Beijing shows that there are 32 of the top 100 towns in China in 2020 in Guangdong, 13 in Zhejiang, and Shandong. 7 in Fujian, 4 in Hebei, 1 in Henan, 1 in Guizhou, 1 in Hunan, and 1 in Jiangxi.

Among them, one town in Jiangxi and Hunan each entered the list of China's top 100 towns for the first time, achieving a breakthrough in China's top 100 towns.

  Statistics show that the average permanent population of China's top 100 towns is 229,200, the average public fiscal revenue is 1.887 billion yuan, the average number of industrial enterprises is 3197, and the average number of industrial enterprises above designated size is 221.

  The report believes that my country's "three rural" work has entered a new stage of development.

The strategic objectives of the "three rural" work have undergone a historic shift.

This year is the beginning of my country’s comprehensive construction of a modern socialist country and marching towards the second century’s goal. The focus of my country’s “agriculture, rural areas and farmers” work has shifted from concentrated resources to support historical poverty alleviation to comprehensive promotion of rural revitalization.

To build a modern socialist country in an all-round way and realize the great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation, the focus and difficulty lies in the "three rural" work, and the foundation and key lies in rural revitalization.

  The report recommends that towns and villages should be used as the starting point to promote rural revitalization.

Towns and villages are an important part of the countryside. They are in the hub position connecting urban and rural areas and linking up and down. They are important bridges for urban-rural integration development, the main carrier for solving the "three rural" issues, and the effective means of implementing the rural revitalization strategy. It is necessary to vigorously promote the township Quality development, and continuously improve the comprehensive competitiveness of towns and villages, making them an important platform for improving the level of rural public services, an important carrier to undertake urban functions and rural migration, and an important engine for accelerating rural economic development, so as to promote rural revitalization with "township revitalization" ".