NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ZONES:

China supports a strong, highly integrated and vibrant FDI sector. International companies from a broad range of sectors have continued to demonstrate confidence in China's ability to house their overseas operations.

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Heilongjiang
Black Dragon River, as the province is known in Chinese, is one of China's largest agricultural bases, and an important industrial area.
Jilin
The province is a major pharmaceutical center. Manufacturing (automobiles and train carriages) is among its most competitive industries.
Liaoning
The province is a major producer of steel and metal cutting machines, making its economy the biggest in NE China.
Beijing
The capital of China and the world's most populous capital city, Beijing is also a leading center for politics, economy and business.
Tianjin
The coastal metropolis in northern China is a major manufacturing center. Airbus has an assembly plant here for its A320 airliners.
Hebei
The northern province, a major wheat producer, has a rich history. Its plains were home to the famous Homo erectus Peking man.
Shandong
The coastal province in eastern China is geographically close to South Korea and Japan. It's also China's biggest industrial producer.
Inner Mongolia
Located in North China, the region borders Russia and Mongolia. It has an abundance of resources, especially coal and rare-earth elements.
Shaanxi
The province, famous for its fertile Loess Plateau, has been a trade hub. Xi'an, its capital, is the eastern terminus of the ancient Silk Road.