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    Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone

    2021-03-15

    Located in Baotou, in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, the Baotou Rare Earth High-Tech Industrial Development Zone was established in 1990 and was approved by the State Council -- China’s Cabinet -- as a national level high-tech industrial development zone in 1992.

  • Qingshan district

    2021-03-12

    Qingshan district in central Baotou is one of the city's main districts. It is named after its proximity to Qingshan Mountain.

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    Bayan Obo mining district

    2020-09-21

    Established 1958, Bayan Obo mining district is a district abundant in mineral resources and roughly translated from Mongolian, Bayan Obo means "rich mountain".

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    Darhan Muminggan Joint Banner

    2020-03-25

    Darhan Muminggan Joint Banner is one of 20 border banners and 33 animal husbandry banners found in North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

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    Tumd Right Banner

    2020-03-25

    Located in the central western part of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Tumd Right Banner is in the hinterland of Hohhot-Baotou-Ordos and is the only banner in Baotou city listed in the urban agglomeration development plan of the three cities of Hohhot, Baotou and Ordos.

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    Guyang county

    2020-03-19

    Guyang county is located in the central part of North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region and to the northern side of Daqing Mountain.

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    Shiguai district

    2020-03-16

    Shiguai district lies to the west of Daqing Mountain and is known as a pilot district of China's national "Smart City" initiative.

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    Jiuyuan district

    2020-03-16

    Located in the central part of Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Jiuyuan district covers an area of 734 square kilometers and contains a population of 300,000.

  • Donghe district

    2020-03-11

    Donghe district belongs to the old city of Baotou and is named for the Donghe River – in ancient times called the Botuo River – which flows through the district.