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Bao·tou

also Pao·tow  (bou′tō′)
A city of northern China in Inner Mongolia on the northern bend of the Yellow River.

Baotou

(ˈbaʊˈtuː) or

Paotow

n
(Placename) an industrial city in N China, in the central Inner Mongolia AR on the Yellow River. Pop: 1 367 000 (2005 est)
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Baotou is not only an important base of heavy industry of north China, but also the biggest industrial city of the Inner Mongolia autonomous region.
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The company started shipment of the product in November, and is on schedule to complete by December 2014 to the utility-scale project located in Baotou, Inner Mongolia.
One indication of improved transparency is Dreamsea 2014, the first Conference on Development of Rare Earths--Mining, Extraction, Separation and Application held in Baotou, Inner Mongolia, in mid-July.
Inner Mongolia Baotou Steel Rare-Earth Hi-Tech Co Ltd, China's leading rare earth producer, said net profit dropped 71.
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ade, Baotou, China, is still home to a number of spots where tradition shines through.
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