Jilin is one of the three provinces in the Northeast part of China. It borders North Korea and Russia to the east, Heilongjiang to the north, Liaoning to the south, and Inner Mongolia to the west. Jilin City is the second-largest city and former capital of the province. This city shares the same name as the Province and is located at the center of the province.
The economy of the Province
It is designated as a regional hub in the MOFCOM’s development plan from 2015 to 2020 of distributive trade and logistics. This province has plenty of hydraulic power and water resources. It also has the nation’s second-largest mine of molybdenum.
This province is rich in mineral deposits. There are 136 identified various types of minerals here. The growth of GDP is at the double-digit in this province. Rice is the main crop. It is one of the important commodity markets. This province is the 6th biggest producer of timber in the country. Train carriage and manufacturing based on iron alloys is the major source of employment in the province.
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