North China's Shanxi province issued government bonds worth 27 billion yuan ($4.17 billion) to open tendering on April 19.
Walking on the streets of Gujiao recently, my mind went back three years to my first visit to this industrial town, a satellite city northwest of Taiyuan.
Wu Jingjing, born to a rich family in North China's Shanxi province, saw her family decline in just a few years as the mining industry crumbled.
The number of travelers arriving and departing from Shanxi airports in 2015 exceeded 400,000.
The trade volume of North China's Shanxi province in 2015 amounted to 91.4 billion yuan ($13.95 billion), down by 8.4 percent year on year, according to Taiyuan customs.
A consumer finance company, the first of its kind in Shanxi province, opened in Taiyuan, capital city of North China's Shanxi province on Feb 24.
Taiyuan Customs announced that the total import and export value of Shanxi province in 2015 was 91.4 billion yuan ($13.90 billion), ranking 24th nationwide, sxgov.cn has reported.
Private investment in North China's Shanxi province reached 835.3 billion yuan in 2015, an increase of 21 percent from a year earlier, said the province's statistics bureau.
Disposable income per person rose markedly in both Shanxi's urban and rural areas in the first three quarters of 2015, indicating an unquestionable growth for the whole year.