North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region achieved several recognitions at the 2023 Livestock and Poultry Breeding Industries Development Forum.
In the first half of this year, Inner Mongolia once again showcased the remarkable achievements it has made in developing its dairy industry.
In the first two months of this year, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region made great progress in business and investment promotion.
A China-Europe freight train carrying 55 containers of local sunflower seeds recently left an international railway logistics park in Ulaanqab.
In 2022,Inner Mongolia autonomous region utilized 3.45 billion yuan ($492.86 million) in foreign capital.
North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region signed 22 cooperation projects that are worth more than 27.8 billion yuan ($3.97 billion) in Qingdao.
Inner Mongolia will contribute to the Chinese-style modernization by further optimizing the regional opening-up process and optimizing its business environment.
At the fifth China International Import Expo, the exhibition area of Inner Mongolia is widely said to have attracted the attention of a great deal of visitors.