Nyingchi County (Nyingchi County) generally refers to Bayi District
Bayi District, under the jurisdiction of Nyingchi City, Tibet Autonomous Region of the People's Republic of China, is located in the southeast of Tibet and at the southeast foot of Nianqing Tanggula Mountain, where Yarlung Zangbo meets Niyang River. It is the lowest elevation region on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, and has the reputation of "Jiangnan of Tibet". Bayi District covers an area of 10,238 square kilometers, including 38,000 mu of cultivated land, 565,000 mu of grassland and 5.02 million mu of forest. According to the seventh census data, as of midnight on November 1, 2020, the permanent population of Bayi district was 84,254.
Bayi District has an average elevation of 3,000 meters, with a relative elevation difference of 2200-4700 meters. It is located at the Jiabailei Peak at the border of Bayi and Milin, with an altitude of 7,294 meters. The territory from subtropical to cold zone plants have grown, known as the "green treasure house" said.
In 2020, the GDP of Bayi District reached 9.4 billion yuan, with a year-on-year growth of 11.12%; Revenue from the public budget of local governments reached 253 million yuan, up 10% year on year. Total fixed asset investment increased by 10% year on year. The total retail sales of consumer goods reached 1.581 billion yuan, down 7.6% year on year; The per capita disposable income of farmers and herdsmen reached 22,232 yuan, up 11 percent year on year.
In October 2017, Bayi District passed the national special evaluation and inspection, and was officially approved by the People's Government of Tibet Autonomous Region to withdraw from the poverty-stricken county. November 22, 2021, selected into the ninth batch of national Ethnic unity and progress demonstration zone demonstration units to be named public list.
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