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  • Children sports event kicks off in Baotou


    The Baotou Olympic Sports Center hosted the opening of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region leg of the national children and youth fitness activity, as well as the Baotou children's sports activity, on May 28.

  • Baotou paper-cutting works displayed in Beijing


    The Beijing leg of the national exhibition of Baotou paper-cutting opened at Meilanfang Memorial Hall on May 26. The event will last for one month.

  • Baotou lists companies open for investors


    A total of 12 listed companies, including Inner Mongolia First Machinery Group and Inner Mongolia North Heavy Truck Co, held investor exchange activities for listed companies in Baotou on May 26.

  • Sci-tech small institute in Baotou service for rural development


    The Tumd Right Banner Ganluzi Sci-tech Small Institute this spring imported germplasm resources from 13 regions, including Gansu and Chongqing.

  • Robot R&D center in Baotou emerges


    A robot research and development center jointly established by Baogang Group Electric Co and Inner Mongolia BKJD Robot Co was unveiled in the Baotou Rare Earth High-tech Industrial Development Zone in Baotou on May 18.

  • Training course helps preserve Baotou paper-cutting


    A one-week "Baotou paper-cutting" practical course opened at the Donghe district cultural center, Baotou on May 22.

  • Baotou enters era of green silicon


    Baotou has become the first city in China to achieve an output value of over 100 billion yuan ($14.19 billion) in the PV industry in 2022.

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    Baotou recognized as World Green Silicon City


    The 16th (2023) International Photovoltaic Power Generation and Smart Energy Conference took place in Shanghai on May 23. At the conference's opening ceremony, Baotou was honored with the title of World Green Silicon City by the Global Green Energy Council.

  • Baotou undertakes vigorous measures to safeguard biodiversity


    Baotou, renowned for its steadfast commitment to environmental preservation, commenced its 42nd "Bird-Loving Week" on May 13, with an ardent aim to disseminate bird conservation awareness among local residents.

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