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Industrial Parks in Gansu
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Lanzhou, the capital of Gansu Province, is at the center of Gansu’s politics, economy, and culture. Lanzhou is located in the central part of Gansu Province. Mountains lie to the north and south, and the Yellow River passes through from west to the east. Lanzhou is rich in mineral resources.
Wealth Building Secrets from Warren Buffett Annual Shareholder Meetings
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There is no better place to get the wealth building secrets of Warren Buffett than at the Annual Berkshire Hathaway Shareholder Meetings. Inside this book you will find thirteen years of these secrets straight from the words of Warren Buffett and his vice chairman, Charlie Munger.
Industrial Parks in Shanxi
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Taiyuan, which is the capital of Shanxi Province, boasts a history spanning over 2,500 years and is at the center of Shanxi’s politics, economy and culture. Taiyuan is located in the middle reaches of the Yellow River in North China with hills to the west, north and east. Taiyuan is rich in mineral resources, the majority of which are coal, iron and gypsum.
Industrial Parks in Jiangxi
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Jiujiang is located in the northern part of Jiangxi Province, close to famous landmarks that include Lu Mountain, the Yangtze River, which is the longest river in China, and Poyang Lake, which is the largest freshwater lake in China. Jiujiang has two districts, nine counties and one county-level city under its jurisdiction.
Industrial Parks in Hunan
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The capital of Central China’s Hunan Province, Changsha is the center of the province in terms of its politics, economy, finance and commerce. It is located in the northeastern part of Hunan and covers an area of 11,819 sq km. The city governs five districts, three counties and one county-level city, and its population totaled 6.59 million at the end of 2008.
Industrial Parks in Hubei
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The capital of Hubei province, Wuhan is one of the most important cities in central China. It has 8.3 million residents and spans 8,498 sq km. Possessing a total water area of 2,187 sq km, Wuhan is renowned as the “Riverside City” and “Water City” in China.
Industrial Parks in Henan
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Luoyang is a prefecture-level city located in the western part of Henan Province. The city borders Zhengzhou, the province’s capital, to the east, Pingdingshan to the southeast, Nanyang to the south, and Jiyuan to the north.
Industrial Parks in Anhui
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Hefei is the capital of Anhui Province and serves as the political, economic, financial, and commercial hub of the province. It lies between the Yangtze River and the Huai River, with Chaohu Lake in the southeast. Hefei covers an administrative area of 7,030 sq km.
Industrial Parks in Liaoning
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Located in the center of Liaoning, Anshan is a prefecture-level city that is known for its iron reserves and is called the “Capital of Steel.” Anshan is located between Shenyang and Dalian. It is connected to the rest of the country by means of one railway and one highway.
Industrial Parks in Jilin
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Changchun is the capital of Jilin Province. Because its climate is comfortable, it is called the “Spring City of the North Land.” Although its four seasons are very distinct, Changchun enjoys a temperate, cool summer and a relatively warm winter compared to other cities on the same latitude. The average temperature in Changchun is 4.8°C.
Industrial Parks in Heilongjiang
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Located in China’s Harbin-Daqing-Qiqihar Industrial Corridor, Daqing is among the younger cities of the nation. Its name means “Great Celebration.” Founded in 1959, it was originally a settlement for petroleum workers. Daqing has the largest oil field in China. The crude oil reserves in Daqing amount to 5.6 billion tons, while the natural gas reserves total 57.4 billion cubic meters.
Industrial Parks in Tianjin
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Tianjin is one of China’s four municipalities. It is the primary industrial, commercial and economic center of North China, rivaling Shanghai in the south. Tianjin is also the most populated coastal city in North China.
Industrial Parks in Hebei
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Baoding is a prefecture-level city in Hebei Province with a population of 11.4 million. Covering a land area of 22,159 sq km, it is situated in the middle of Hebei Province, bordered by Beijing to the north and Shijiazhuang to the south. It is 140 km from Beijing, 145 km from Tianjin and 125 km from Shijiazhuang.
Industrial Parks in Beijing
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Beijing, the capital of China, is recognized as the political, educational and cultural center of the nation. It is situated at the northern edge of the Huabei Plain, bordered by Hebei Province on three sides and Tianjin in the southeast.
Industrial Parks in Shangdong
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Located in the center of Shandong Province, Jinan is the provincial capital. Jinan has a temperate monsoon climate with an average temperature of 14°C and average annual rainfall of 650–700 mm. Limestone is one of the city’s major mineral resources. Jinan yields limestone of the highest quality, and more types of limestone can be found here than anywhere else in China.
Industrial Parks in Hainan
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Located on Hainan Island adjacent to North Bay, Danzhou is a county-level city of the province. It is 130 km southwest of the provincial capital of Haikou. Danzhou has a tropical climate with an average temperature of 23.3°C and an average annual rainfall of 1,800–2,000 mm. Danzhou usually experiences tropical storms between September and November each year.
Industrial Parks in Fujian
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Fuzhou, on the coast of Fujian, is the province’s capital. It has been nicknamed “Rongcheng” because there are many ficus trees in the area. Fuzhou Port, the nation’s 15th largest port, handled 1.2 million TEUs in 2008.
Industrial Parks in Guangdong
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Foshan is situated in the central and southern part of Guangdong Province in the Pearl River Delta. It takes only two hours to drive from Foshan to Hong Kong or Macau, and one hour to drive to Guangzhou, the capital of Guangdong Province. Foshan covers an area of 3,848 sq km and has a total population of 5.95 million. The city enjoys a humid subtropical climate with mild winters and hot summers.
Industrial Parks in Zhejiang
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Cixi, a county-level city under the administration of Ningbo, is situated in the coastal part of eastern Zhejiang Province. It is situated only 70 km from Ningbo-Zhoushan Port, one of the most important deep-water ports in China. The country’s economic hub, Shanghai, is just on the other side of the sea, while Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province, is only 145 km away.
Industrial Parks in Shanghai
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Shanghai, the economic and financial center of mainland China, is located on China’s eastern coast at the mouth of the Yangtze River. One of the four municipalities under the direct control of China’s central government, Shanghai has two central business districts: Lujiazui in Pudong, and the Hongqiao area in Puxi.