Ulanqab, a prefecture-level city of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, is located in the north of China and in the middle of Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It borders Hebei Province in the east, Xilin Gol League in the northeast, Shanxi Province in the south, Hohhot in the southwest, Baotou in the northwest, and Mongolia in the north. The border is more than 100 kilometers long, covering a total area of 54,500 square kilometers, and it has jurisdiction over 11 banner counties and cities. By the end of 2021, the city has a permanent resident population of 1,659,500.
Ulanqab, which means "red mountain pass" in Mongolian, has a civilization history of more than 6,000 years. It is an important birthplace of northern civilization in ancient China and an important node of the silk Road on the grassland and the thousand-mile Tea Ceremony, giving birth to the Chahar culture and the Dulbert culture. It is the only non-provincial hub node city in "The Belt and Road" and China-Europe freight train, and one of the 23 national key logistics hub carrier cities; There are 5 expressways, 6 railways and 1 airport in the city, which is the only way for northwest China to go southeast to sea. It is the transportation hub connecting North China, Northeast China and Northwest China's three economic zones, and also an important channel for China to Mongolia, Russia and Europe. It was named as the National Health City, selected in the list of advantaged areas of agricultural products with Chinese characteristics, was also named as the national model city (county) of double support, and became one of the cities co-sponsored by the Alliance of Culture, Tourism and Health cities.
In 2021, the regional GDP of Ulanqab reached 90.36 billion yuan, an increase of 5.6% over the previous year and an average growth of 3.9% in two years.
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