General Introduction
A Look at Xinjiang
Xinjiang Border Trade Today
Ports Open to Other Countries
Trade Values, 1997-2002
Trade Transactions, 1993-2002
Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region
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Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is centrally located in the Eurasian continent, on the northwest frontier of China. It abuts on Kazakhstan, Russia, Mongolia, Kirgizstan and Tajikistan in the west, north and northeast; borders Pakistan, Afghanistan and India in the southwest; and is near to Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Xinjiang's geographical and human resource advantages are ideal for developing border trade. It now has 16 Class A ports, where foreign transport vehicles may deliver goods directly, and 11 Class B ports.

Class A Ports

Aheytubiek Alataw Pass Baktu
Dulart Hongshanzui Jimnay
Kashi Airport Korgas Kunjirap
Laoyemiao Muzart Takshkent
Turgart Ulastay Yearkeshtan
Urumqi International Airport

Class B Ports

Kalasu Port Hualing Market
Yining Port Nianzigou Passenger Port
Urumqi Frontier Hotel Urumqi Commerce and Trade City
Kuitun Railway Station Tacheng International Border Trade City
Kashi Central Asia International Trade Market Port
Port of Urumqi Economic and Technological Development Area
Changji Yazhong Trade and Commerce City Comprehensive Wholesale Market
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