Bayannur Economic and Technological Development Zone covers an area of 47 sq km in the eastern suburban area of Linhe district, Bayannur city, Inner Mongolia autonomous region. Founded in 1992, it was approved as a State-level economic and technological development zone by the State Council in 2012.
With an investment of more than 2 billion yuan, the zone has built infrastructural facilities, such as roads, water supplies, natural gas, drainage, electricity and telecommunications in a 20-sq-km area.
It is home to three industrial parks-- one for slaughtered sheep, one for small and medium-sized enterprises, and Longxin Business Park.
It includes industries of new materials, new energy, metallurgy and equipment manufacturing, farm animal products processing, bio-pharmaceutical and Chinese and Mongolian medicine, fine chemical and modern comprehensive services.
By the end of November of 2017, its general public budget revenue had reached 186.36 million yuan, accounting for 97.38 percent of the annual target, down by 11.42 percent year-on-year.
Among the 186.36 million yuan, 46.5 million yuan came from the state tax collection, an increase of 36.76 percent year-on-year; 114.11 million yuan from the local tax collection, an increase of 19.39 percent year-on-year; the non-tax income was 25.75 million yuan, down by 68.13 percent year-on-year.