Hainan Province topographic map
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Name: Hainan Province topographic map, elevation, terrain.
Average elevation: 95 m
Minimum elevation: -3 m
Maximum elevation: 2,518 m
Even while Hainan Island was a part of Guangdong it had a considerable amount of local autonomy; the southern half of the island was an autonomous prefecture. Hainan's elevation to provincial level in 1988 increased its accountability to the Central People's Government, but by designating the new province a special economic zone the central government expressed its intent to allow Hainan maximum flexibility in devising programs to facilitate foreign investment and economic growth. Administratively, the province has been divided into five economic major districts.
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