Jinzhou, a prefecture level city under the jurisdiction of Liaoning Province, is a central city in western Liaoning approved by the State Council, an important industrial and port city in Liaoning, a transportation hub city in northeast China, and an important city in the coastal economic belt of Liaoning. By 2021, the city will have jurisdiction over 3 districts, 2 counties and 2 county-level cities, with a total area of 10301 square kilometers. By the end of 2021, Jinzhou has a permanent population of 2.668 million.
Jinzhou is located in northeast China, southwest Liaoning, and east of Liaoxi Corridor, with a coastline of 124 kilometers. It is a transportation hub connecting North China and northeast China, a demonstration base of national scientific and technological achievements transformation service (Jinzhou), one of the top 100 cities in China's investment environment, a cutting-edge financial ecological city with the most investment value in China, a city with the China Habitat Environment Example Award, and a host city of the 2013 China Jinzhou World Horticultural Expo.
Jinzhou, with a history of more than 2000 years, was first named in the Liao Dynasty. In 1949, after the liberation of the Northeast, Liaoxi Province was established. Jinzhou, the capital of Liaoxi Province, became a regional political, economic and cultural center. Jinzhou is now a three-dimensional transportation network with complete airport, seaport, railway, highway and oil and gas pipelines. It is one of the three logistics centers in Liaoning Province and a material distribution center and trade center in western Liaoning.
In October 2020, Jinzhou was rated as the national model city (county) for double support. In 2021, Jinzhou will achieve a GDP of 114.83 billion yuan.
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