Hohhot pushes forward 6 major industries
Mengniu Dairy Industrial Park located in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia [Photo/people.com.cn]
Hohhot, capital of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, has been promoting regional development, with steps taken in six major industries – dairy, biomedicine, photovoltaics, digital economy, modern logistics, and cultural tourism – according to local media reports.
The dairy industry is one of the city's most competitive industries. Hohhot will promote the downstream expansion of the industrial chain, boost the value chain to the mid-to-high end, and promote the development of two dairy industry projects: Yili Modern Smart Health Valley and Mengniu Dairy Industrial Park.
The city also plans to develop a world-class animal vaccine production, research and development base.
Jinyu Bio-Technology, the world's largest foot-and-mouth disease vaccine production base, has successfully built an autonomous region-level manufacturing innovation center, and has three national-level laboratories, including the National Engineering Laboratory for Veterinary Vaccines.
A photovoltaic power station demonstration project in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia [Photo/Inner Mongolia Daily]
In 2020, Hohhot was recognized as a key center for the national internet network. A "Financial Cloud Valley" is scheduled to be developed in the city.
The Inner Mongolia HPC (high-performance computer) Public Service (Qingcheng Light), located in Horinger, Hohhot, ranked fourth among China's top 100 high-performance computers of 2020 and sixth in the "AIPerf 500" ranking.
In recent years, Horinger New Area has used its advantages as an industrial base to support the construction of a new generation of information infrastructure, and has accelerated the introduction of various big data and cloud computing infrastructure projects.
Three major operators – China Mobile, China Unicom and China Telecom – have established the largest cloud computing data center bases in Horinger, attracting enterprises such as Baidu, Alibaba, Tencent, Inspur and Sinopec, as well as the data storage business of national ministries.
Shaliang Logistics Park [Photo/Inner Mongolia Daily]