Changzhou

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Chang·zhou

also Chang·chow  (chäng′jō′)
A city of eastern China on the Grand Canal west-northwest of Shanghai.

Changzhou

(tʃæŋdʒəʊ)
n
(Placename) a city in E China, in S Jiangsu province, on the Grand Canal: also known as Wutsin until 1949, when the 7th-century name was officially readopted. Pop: 2 085 500 (2004 est)

Chang•zhou

or Ch'ang•chou

(ˈtʃɑŋˈdʒoʊ)

n.
a city in S Jiangsu province, in E China. 531,470.
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1) Murad Khan, (2) Bhagya Nathali Silva, (3) Changsu Jung, (4) Kijun Han
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Discussing the future of US-China relations, Changsu Kim suggests that the US-China relationship will be more cooperative than confrontational.
The company's Changsu mill includes its own coal-fueled power plant, a water treatment plant, a harbor facility on the Pearl River, surrounding bamboo plantations to help yield pulp and fiber, and a large warehouse area to store the bales and bales of scrap paper that arrive to provide the pulping stock for the majority of the company's fiber needs.
The centre would reportedly be opened adjacent to UPM's Changsu mill in early 2007.
Rebuilds at Wisaforest's pulp mill and Rauma's PM 2 provided some of the highlights in the capex area, but this year UPM is looking forward to the summer startup of a new fine paper machine at Changsu in China.