Harbin

Harbin has the largest economy in Heilongjiang province. In 2013, Harbin`s GDP totaled RMB501.08 billion, an increase of 8.9 percent over the previous year. The proportion of the three industries to the aggregate of GDP was 11.1:36.1:52.8 in 2012. The total value for imports and exports by the end of 2012 was USD 5,330 million. In 2012, the worki....
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Harbin

Chinese aeronautical manufacturer
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Harbin

city, capital of Heilongjiang sheng (province), northeastern China. It is located on the south bank of the Sungari (Songhua) River. The site of the ... [2 related articles]
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Harbin

Harbin (här'bin) , Rus. Kharbin, city (1994 est. pop. 2,505,200), capital of Heilongjiang prov., China, on the Songhua River. It is the major trade and communications center of central Manchuria, the junction of the two most important railroads in Manchuria, and the main port on the Songhua...
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Harbin

Port and capital of Heilongjiang province, northeast China, on the Songhua River; population (2000) 3,627,100. It is a major rail junction. Industries include metallurgy, food-processing, and sugar-refining; the manufacture of machinery, ball bearings, chemicals, cement, and paper; and tourism. Harbin was developed by Russian se...
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