Brief Introduction of Neimenggu Province-Economic Profile
Brief Introduction of Neimenggu Province-Economic Profile (data for 2017)
|Population||25.2 million people|
|The cities of Liaoning province||Baotou, Wuhai, Chifeng, Tongliao, Hohhot, Ordos, Wulanchabu, Bayannaoer, Hulun Buir|
|GDP||RMB 1610.32 billion Yuan, Growth of 4%|
|Main Industry||Equipment manufacturing industry, metallurgical industry, agricultural product processing industry, petrochemical industry, forestry, animal husbandry, tourism|
|FDI||USD 3.15 billion|
|Main Export Commodities||Agricultural products, magnesia, coal, iron ore, oil, paraffin, pharmaceuticals, tires, textile yarn, weaving material and products, clothing and clothing accessories, shoes, plastic products, furniture, aluminum and aluminum, steel, mechanical and electrical products|
|Main Import Commodities||Aquatic products, soybeans, mineral products, crude oil, refined oil, steel, natural rubber, textile yarn, fabrics and products, clothing, furniture, mechanical and electrical products|
|Export Amount of Goods||RMB 33.48 billion Yuan|
|Import Amount of Goods||RMB 60.77 billion Yuan|
|Number of Visitors||Entering into the Country: 1.848 million。Achieve tourist income reached 1.25 billion.|
|Data source (URL)||http://www.nmgtj.gov.cn/nmgttj/tjgb/jjshfztjgb/webinfo/2018/03/1520670790330259.htm|
Trade and Investment between Inner Mongolia and Macao
Macau 8 chinese-invested enterprises with foreign investment in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region, $67.349 million total investment and registered capital of $49.1 million, the contract value of $30.35 million, the cumulative in place of $510000, mainly involves non-metallic products, retail, lodging industry, chemical industry and electric power, heat production and supply industry.
In 2017, the trade volume between Inner Mongolia and Macao was 29.47 million yuan, down 16.5% year on year. The main commodities exported to Macao are live cattle, building materials, fur products, food and beverage. Between January and May 2018, the trade volume with Macao reached 35.51 million yuan, an increase of 73.9 percent year-on-year.
Trade and Investment between Inner Mongolia and Portuguese Speaking Countries
In 2017, trade between Inner Mongolia and Brazil reached 1.419 billion yuan, an increase of 101.3 percent year on year. Trade with Portugal reached 48.93 million yuan, up 129.9% year on year. Inner Mongolia autonomous region, Brazil’s main export commodities for the chemical products (amino alcohols, antibiotics, etc.), electrical equipment, steel products, vehicles and transportation equipment, textile products, etc., Inner Mongolia autonomous region imports from Brazil’s frozen beef, paper and paperboard, minerals, etc. The main commodities exported to Portugal are chemical products (amino alcohols), steel products, etc.
Between January and May 2018, trade with Brazil reached 476 million yuan, down 24.3% year on year. Trade with Portugal increased by 31.1% year-on-year to 33.07 million yuan.
Department of Commerce of Inner Mongolia
Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region Bureau of Statistics：
Brief Introduction of Huhehaote City – Economic Profile (data for 2017)
|The district of the Shenyang City||The new city, Saihan District, Huimin District, Yuquan District, Wuchuan County, TogToh County, Qingshuihe County, Horinger County, tumd Zuoqi|
|GDP||RMB 274.37 billion|
|Main Industry||Machinery and equipment, motor vehicles and parts, chemical and pharmaceutical, it products, agricultural and sideline products processing, ferrous metal smelting and rolling, non-ferrous metal smelting and rolling, aircraft and spacecraft manufacturing|
|FDI||USD0.883billion (2013 data)|
|Main Export Commodities||Mechanical and electrical products, pharmaceuticals, textiles, equipment manufacturing products|
|Main Import Commodities||Mechanical and electrical products, pharmaceuticals, textiles, equipment manufacturing products|
|Export Amount of Goods||USD 0.763 billion|
|Import Amount of Goods||USD 0.836 billion|
|Data source (URL)||http://tjj.huhhot.gov.cn/hhhttjj/yb/2017-12/09-6A.htm|