Jiamusi

What is Jiamusi known for?


manufacturing+agricultural

People's Republic After 1949, as Jiamusi was still the transport and communications center of this region, the rapid development of Jiamusi continued. Industries including manufacturing agricultural equipment, mining machinery, fertilizers, plastics, and chemicals were developed. Since one of the biggest paper mills in China was built in 1957, Jiamusi has been a major producer of wood pulp and newsprint. Because of being conveniently connected by air and water


extremely low

). Beijing had the lowest TFR at 0.67, while Guizhou had the highest at 2.19. The Xiangyang district of Jiamusi city (Heilongjiang) has a TFR of 0.41, which is the lowest TFR recorded anywhere in the world in recorded history. Other extremely low TFR counties are: 0.43 in the Heping district of Tianjin city (Tianjin), and 0.46 in the Mawei district of Fuzhou city (Fujian). At the other end TFR was 3.96 in Geji County (Tibet (Tibet Autonomous Region)), 4.07 in Jiali


suihua

and Japan, including the Development Group of Manchuria and Mongolia. 开拓团:没有枪的殖民者 After the construction of and Tumen (Tumen, Jilin)-Jiamusi and Suihua-Jiamusi Railway continuously completed in 1937 and 1940, Jiamusi has become an agricultural products distribution center in northeastern Manchuria. Encyclopedia Britannica:Jiamusi http: www.britannica.com EBchecked topic 110111 Jiamusi

million, increased 197.5% year on year. Russia is Jamusi’s largest foreign trade partner. In 2011, foreign trade with Russia amounted to US$900 million, increased 24.5% over the previous year, accounting for 24.66% of the city’s foreign trade. The utilized FDI in Jiamusi hit US$150 million in 2011, increased 33.5% over the previous year. Transportation Railway Jiamusi is a transportation hub in northeast Heilongjiang Province. Suijia(Suihua-Jiamusi

, and the longitude 125° 42′ – 130° 10' E. Neighbouring prefectures are Yichun (Yichun, Heilongjiang) to the north, Jiamusi and Qitaihe to the northeast, Mudanjiang to the southeast, Daqing to the west, and Suihua to the northwest. On its southwestern boundary is Jilin Province. The terrain of the city is generally flat, with an average elevation of around . There are more than 1,900 rivers in Heilongjiang, including the Songhua River


business news

010183007.shtml script-title zh:2010年佳木斯市第六次全国人口普查主要数据公报 publisher Jiamusi City People's Government language Chinese accessdate 2011-05-25 archiveurl http: www.jms.gov.cn gl_new detail_dw.asp?newsid 46755 archivedate 2011-04-27 History Early History In 1720, Jiamusi was first named Giyamusi ( ) during the Kangxi period by the Nanai (Nani people) people. business-news article


time world

Jiamusi, Heilongjiang, China (People's Republic of China) death_date ; born 24 August 1976 in Jiamusi, Heilongjiang, China (People's Republic of China)) is a former Chinese short track speed skater (short track speed skating) and current IOC member. She is a two-time Olympic Champion from 2002 Winter Olympics and a five-time World Short Track Speed Skating Championships Overall


history early

010183007.shtml script-title zh:2010年佳木斯市第六次全国人口普查主要数据公报 publisher Jiamusi City People's Government language Chinese accessdate 2011-05-25 archiveurl http: www.jms.gov.cn gl_new detail_dw.asp?newsid 46755 archivedate 2011-04-27 History Early History In 1720, Jiamusi was first named Giyamusi ( WikiPedia:Jiamusi


track team

World Champion for 1998-2002. She was formerly a member of the Chinese national short track team. Yang is one of the most accomplished short track speed skaters of all time having won 32 world titles, including five Overall World Championships. She is the second person to have won five Overall World Titles (after Sylvie Daigle of Canada) and the first to have won five consecutively. Her victory in the women's 500 m short track at the 2002 Winter Olympics made her China's first-ever Winter Olympics gold medalist. She added a second gold in the women's 1000 m short track at the same Games and has also won two silver and a bronze medal. After 2003 World Championships, Yang took time off competing, but came back in 2004-2005 season in lead-up to 2006 Winter Olympics where she won the bronze medal in 1000m race. She retired soon afterwards. DATE OF BIRTH 1976-08-24 PLACE OF BIRTH Jiamusi, Heilongjiang, China (People's Republic of China) DATE OF DEATH WikiPedia:Jiamusi


world short

Jiamusi, Heilongjiang, China (People's Republic of China) death_date ; born 24 August 1976 in Jiamusi, Heilongjiang, China (People's Republic of China)) is a former Chinese short track speed skater (short track speed skating) and current IOC member. She is a two-time Olympic Champion from 2002 Winter Olympics and a five-time World Short Track Speed Skating Championships Overall


including manufacturing

People's Republic After 1949, as Jiamusi was still the transport and communications center of this region, the rapid development of Jiamusi continued. Industries including manufacturing agricultural equipment, mining machinery, fertilizers, plastics, and chemicals were developed. Since one of the biggest paper mills in China was built in 1957, Jiamusi has been a major producer of wood pulp and newsprint. Because of being conveniently connected by air and water


national population

the Heilongjiang River to the north. Hegang is one of the principal coal-producing cities in China. Hegang city covers an area of 14,784 km² and according to the 2010 Census (Sixth National Population Census of the People's Republic of China), has a population of 1,058,665 inhabitants WikiPedia:Jiamusi

Jiamusi

pic JMS.svg piccap "Jiamusi", as written in Chinese picsize 185px c 佳木斯 psp Kiamusze p Jiāmùsī rus Цзямусы mnc ᡤᡳᠶᠠᠮᡠᠰᡳ order st '''Jiamusi''' (Manchu (Manchu language): ''Giyamusi'' ; formerly '''Kiamusze''') is a prefecture-level city in eastern Heilongjiang province, People's Republic of China. Located along the middle and lower reaches of the Songhua River, it faces Russia's Khabarovsk Krai across the Ussuri River and the Amur River. In 2007 Jiamusi had a GDP of RMB 34.1 billion with a 14.3% growth rate. Its population was 2,552,097 at the 2010 census whom '''881,711''' lived in the '''built up area''' made of 4 urban districts.

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