Zhuengadabuqi Port: Hub of China-Russia-Mongolia Economic Corridor
Located in East Ujimqin Banner, China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Zhuengadabuqi Port has long been an important hub for trade between China and Mongolia.
Serving as a bridgehead of the third largest Eurasian Continental Bridge linking Russia’s Chita and China’s Jinzhou port, it is also the most convenient passage for people from Beijing, Tianjing and Tangshan in Hebei province to Russia and Mongolia.
Zhuengadabuqi Port is now being restructured as a strategic hub for the China-Russia-Mongolia Economic Corridor, aiming to reach 15 million tons of shipment with trade volume of six billion dollars by 2020.
Visitors enter China through Zhuengadabuqi port, East Ujimqin Banner, China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region. [Photo/nmgnews.com.cn]