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Guizhou

Guizhou, referred to as "Guizhou" or "Gui", is the provincial administrative region of the people's Republic of China. Guiyang, the provincial capital, is located in the hinterland of Southwest China. It is a transportation hub in Southwest China and an important part of the Yangtze River economic belt. The first national big data comprehensive experimental area in China, a world-famous mountain tourism destination and province, a national ecological civilization experimental area and an inland open economic experimental area. It is bounded by 24 ° 37 ′ - 29 ° 13 ′ n, 103 ° 36 ′ - 109 ° 35 ′ e, Sichuan and Chongqing in the north, Hunan in the East, Guangxi in the South and Yunnan in the West.

In Guizhou Province, the terrain is high in the West and low in the East, inclining from the middle to the north, East and south. The landform of the whole province can be summarized as: the terrain is high in the West and low in the East, inclining from the middle to the north, East and South, and the landform plateau is mostly mountainous, known as "eight mountains, one water and one field". The landforms of the whole province can be divided into three basic types: Plateau mountains, hills and basins, of which 92.5% are mountains and hills. With a total area of 176200 square kilometers, it belongs to subtropical monsoon climate and spans the Yangtze River and pearl river systems. By the end of 2018, Guizhou Province had 6 cities, 3 autonomous prefectures, 52 counties, 11 autonomous counties, 9 county-level cities, 15 municipal districts and 1 special zone.

As of December 2018, Guizhou has a permanent population of 36 million, realizing a Gross Regional Product (GDP) of 148.0645 billion yuan, a primary industry of 215.954 billion yuan, a secondary industry of 575.554 billion yuan, a tertiary industry of 689.137 billion yuan, and a per capita GDP of 41244 yuan


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