Eastern and Midwestern Differences
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Eastern and Midwestern Differences

Eastern and Midwestern Differences


Geographical differences

Ecological differences

Policy differences

The eastern coastal area has a good natural environment, complete transportation facilities, and relatively complete port construction. The developed maritime transportation has laid a solid foundation for its economic development.

East area

The central and western regions are located inland, the transportation is relatively incomplete, and the natural environment is more restricted.

Midwest

The east has natural advantages in climate and rain, which have brought favorable conditions for economic development.

East area

However, some areas in the central and western regions have restricted their economic development due to factors such as low rainfall and traffic congestion, resulting in the formation of a regionally differentiated economic development model. Some cities with good economic development have serious environmental pollution.

Midwest

The east has natural advantages in climate and rain, which have brought favorable conditions for economic development.

East area

The economic strength of the central and western regions is relatively weak, and they enjoy relatively little support in terms of national policies.

Midwest

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publish time: 2021-03-03
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The regional economic development gap is mainly reflected in the geographical location, ecological environment, and policies. The eastern coastal area has a good natural environment, complete transportation facilities, and relatively complete port construction. The developed maritime transportation has laid a solid foundation for its economic development. The central and western regions are located inland, the transportation is relatively incomplete, and the natural environment is more restricted. This template mainly illustrates the differences between the East and the Midwest.

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