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Inner Mongolia Software Park

Updated: 2020-05-18

Founded in September 2000, Inner Mongolia Software Park was named Baotou Software Park and then renamed Inner Mongolia Software Park, after getting the green light to do so from the government of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region in 2005.

It was the first software park established in Inner Mongolia.

The park has adopted the model of being a center plus base. It is committed to creating a good business environment for resident companies, providing a series of professional services and continuously optimizing the combination of capital, technology and talent.

In 2018, enterprises in Inner Mongolia Software Park applied for 82 forms of intellectual property protection such as software copyrights and patents, setting a new record.

As of 2018, the park boasted 502 individual applications for software copyrights, patents and other intellectual property rights and registered 21 certified high-tech enterprises.

Last year, the annual operating income of the park reached 396 million yuan ($55.86 million), a year-on-year increase of 20.06 percent. The total amount of taxes paid in 2019 was 22.06 million yuan, an increase of 5.07 percent over 2018.

The number of enterprises settled in the park has grown from 17 to larger than 100.

Park officials said the businesses that are based in the park have marked progress in innovation.

A series of industrial control software developed by Inner Mongolia Xinlian Information Industry Co has been successfully applied to production systems such as smelting, steel rolling and power dispatching at the Baogang Group, the largest iron and steel manufacturer based in the autonomous region.

The tax declaration system and administrative approval management system developed by another corporate resident -- Inner Mongolia Hengda Haitian Network Technology Co -- has achieved a high market share in Inner Mongolia.