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China's Inner Mongolia to raise forest coverage to 23.5 pct by 2025
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region plans to raise its forest coverage to 23.5 percent and record a forest stock volume of 1.55 billion cubic meters in 2025.
Inner Mongolia's beef output ranks first in China
Beef production in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region reached 663,000 tonnes in 2020, ranking first in China, according to the latest data released by the National Bureau of Statistics.
China's Inner Mongolia gains ground in controlling desertification
The Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region that lies at the forefront of China's fight against desertification has witnessed remarkable growth of green coverage, local authorities said on Thursday.
Across China: E-commerce brings profitable sales channels for Inner Mongolians
Standing beside his profitable greenhouses, villager Xing Changqing still remembers that just five years ago, his farming business was impacted by the cheap prices of vegetables and fruits grown in his field.
N. China's Inner Mongolia achieves RMB4.3 bln tourism revenue during May Day holiday
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region witnessed robust tourism revenue during the five-day May Day holiday which ended on Wednesday, reported by local newspaper on Friday.
Inner Mongolia pledges 400 mln yuan to promote dairy industry
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region will invest 400 million yuan (about 58.7 million U.S. dollars) to promote the development of the dairy industry, according to the regional department of agriculture and animal husbandry.
N China's Inner Mongolia promotes business matchmaking for 88 cultural and tourism projects
A business matchmaking conference to promote government-bank-enterprise cooperation on 88 cultural and tourism projects was recently held in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, aimingto step up the recovery and development of cultural tourism in the post-epidemic era, reported Inner Mongolia Daily on Wednesday.
China's pastureland - Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region
Inner Mongolia is the earliest autonomous region of ethnic minorities in China. Located in North China, it has a long frontier line neighboring Mongolia and Russia.
China's Inner Mongolia fuels economic growth with huge investment
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region planned to invest 505.9 billion yuan (about 71.54 billion U.S. dollars) in 3,109 major construction projects this year, according to local authorities.
All county-level regions in China's Inner Mongolia cast off poverty
Another 20 county-level regions in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region have been removed from the country's list of impoverished counties, local authorities said Thursday.
260 trips of China-Europe freight trains expected to set out from Inner Mongolia in 2020
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region targets 260 trips to be made by the China-Europe freight trains originating from the region this year, according to a circular about the region's economic plan for 2020.
Inner Mongolia sees foreign trade growth in 2019
The foreign trade of northern China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region rose to109.57 billion yuan (about 15.97 billion U.S. dollars) in 2019, up 5.9 percent year on year, the Hohhot customs said Sunday.
Construction on 6 GW wind power project kicks off in north China
Construction on a wind power project with a power generating capacity of 6 GW began Thursday in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
Inner Mongolia's GDP grows 5.5 pct in H1
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region's GDP increased to 826.67 billion yuan (about 120 billion U.S. dollars) in the first half of this year, up 5.5 percent year on year, the regional bureau of statistics said Wednesday.
Inner Mongolia's trade with B&R countries up 13.6 pct in first four months
North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region saw a year-on-year foreign trade growth of 13.6 percent to 23.8 billion yuan (about 3.48 billion U.S. dollars) with countries along the Belt and Road in first four months of 2019.
Inner Mongolia's foreign trade up 11.2 percent in Q1
The import and export volume of north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region reached 26.2 billion yuan (3.89 billion U.S. dollars) in the first quarter of 2019, up 11.2 percent year on year, the local customs office said.
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