A worker checks on Tibetan incense products in a workshop at Nyemo county, Lhasa, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, on Sept 18, 2021. （Photo/Xinhua）
The gross domestic product (GDP) of Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region grew 6.7 percent year-on-year in 2021. The regional government announced the figure at a press conference Thursday.
Tibet's GDP stood at 208 billion yuan ($32.8 billion) last year. The average annual increase of the past two years was 7.2 percent, showed official data.
The record-breaking GDP figure and the constantly improving economic structure reflected the massive potential of Tibet's development, an official with the regional bureau of statistics said.