Pingshan County

Pingshan County belongs to Yibin City of Sichuan Province. It is located in the southern edge of Sichuan Province, on the north bank of the lower Jinsha River, on both sides of the lower Minjiang River, on the east side of Xuzhou District, on the west side of Liangshan Prefecture Leibo County and Mabian Yi Autonomous County, on the north side of Muchuan County, and on the south side of Suijiang County across the Jinsha River. The total area is 1504 square kilometers. In 2021, Pingshan County has a registered population of 311,300 and a permanent resident population of 243,000. There are 30 ethnic minorities. As of October 2022, Pingshan County has jurisdiction over 8 towns and 3 townships. The People's Government of Pingshan County is located at No. 139, west section of Jinshajiang Avenue, Pingshan Town.

Ming, set Pingshan County. In the sixth year of Yongzheng in Qing Dynasty (1728), the south bank of Jinsha River was divided into Suijiang County and Yongshan County. Divide the thunder wave and set the guard. In the twenty-ninth year of Qianlong (1764), the horse was divided into a hall. The Republic of China 30 years, points Muchuan set up a governing bureau. In 1996, Yibin area was abolished and prefecture-level Yibin City was established, and Pingshan County belonged to it. In February 2020, the People's Government of Sichuan Province approved Pingshan County to be removed from the list of poverty-stricken counties.

In 2021, the GDP of Pingshan County was 10.128 billion yuan, calculated at comparable prices (the same below), an increase of 9.5 percent over the previous year. Among them, the primary industry added value of 2475.15 million yuan, the secondary industry added value of 3.371 billion yuan; The added value of the tertiary industry is 4.281 billion yuan, and the structure of the tertiary industry is 24.4:33.3:42.3.

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