Wulanchabu is located in the middle part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Wulanchabu has a rather small but significant primary sector. The city is replete with various natural resources, such as forest, grassland, minerals, and solar and wind energy. Major industries are electricity, building materials, chemical, agricultural and livestock products processing, equipment manufacturing and metallurgical industry.
Ordos is located in the southwest of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Ordos is rich in natural resources including coal, oil, natural gas, trona, sodium sulfate, salt, and sulfur. In addition, Ordos has its own unique local products, cashmere. Ordos's pillar industries are coal, electricity, chemicals, metallurgy and textiles. Major product includes cashmere products.
Tongliao is located in the eastern part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Daqing Valley, a national-level nature reserve, is located in Tongliao. Tongliao is rich in mineral resources including coal, oil, niobium, tantalum, beryllium, zirconium and other rare metals. Reserves of natural silica sand rank first in China. Major industries of Tongliao are coal, agricultural products processing, food, chemicals, pharmaceuticals, nonmetallic products and metallurgy.
Ganqimaodao in Bayannur is a national category-1 port for development of border trade with Mongolia. Bayannur has abundant mineral resources including pyrite, making Bayannur one the three largest pyrite bases in China. Other mineral resources are sulfur, copper, lead, coal, silver, rare earth metals, and graphite. Industry is the largest economic sector. Major industries in the city include agricultural products processing, mining, chemicals and electricity.More
Baotou is the largest industrial city in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. As Baotou is rich in mineral resources, especially in metal minerals, it is dubbed the “rare earth capital in China”. Baotou is the second largest economy of the Autonomous Region. The industrial sector is the largest contributor to the city’s economy. The city's five pillar industries are iron and steel, aluminum, equipment manufacturing, electricity and rare earth.More
Chifeng is located in the southeast part of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Chifeng is rich in mineral resources including coal, oil, gold, silver, copper, lead, zinc, tungsten, iron and marble. Chifeng's major industries are energy, metallurgy, food processing, machinery, construction materials, textiles, chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Major products include iron ore and nonferrous metal.
The world-famous Hulunbeier Grassland, reputed to be the 'Jade of the Northland', is one of the three most famous grasslands in the world. Hulumbeier is rich in mineral resources such as coal, petroleum, iron, copper, lead, zinc, molybdenum, gold and silver. Hulunbeier's pillar industries are energy and chemicals. Additionally, wood material processing, food processing and metallurgy have also been rapidly developed in recent years. Tourism is also an important pillar of the service industry.More
Daqing has the country’s largest oilfield, hence, is the most important city for petroleum extraction and the petrochemicals industry in China. It is named “City of Oil”. Total value-added of the industry sector accounted for 65% of the GDP. Apart from extraction of petroleum and natural gas, petrochemicals, Daqing has also developed agricultural product processing, building materials and equipment manufacturing. More
Hohhot is the capital of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. Hohhot is renowned as the “Home Town of Milk” in China, as its milk products are distributed to all major domestic markets. The city's six pillar-industries are dairy processing, electricity, electronic information, biopharmaceuticals, chemical metallurgy and machinery manufacturing. Tourism is an important service sector.More
Hubei is an important base of auto production in China. Hong Kong listed Dongfeng Motor Corp. is one of the key players. Hubei’s output of motor vehicles reached 2.44 million in 2016, accounting for 8.7% of the national total. The concentration of automakers has also led to the development of the auto parts industry. Hundreds of auto parts manufacturers, local or foreign, have emerged in Wuhan.More