Located in the northeast corner of China, Heilongjiang borders Russia to the north and west and Inner Mongolia to the east. Although it is completely landlocked, it benefits from its many railway/highway connections and several river ports. The Port of Harbin is the largest of eight inland ports in Heilongjiang. It can handle international import/export processes directly from a convenient, inland location. Its position along the Songhua River provides direct access to Russian river ports and the Northern Pacific Ocean. Heilongjiang’s five airports, the largest of which is located in Harbin, provide direct cargo and passenger service to domestic and international Asian destinations in Russia, South Korea and Japan. Five major railways cross Heilongjiang and intersect in Harbin allowing for comprehensive freight rail transport to Russia and mainland China.
|Region||Population||Airport||Water Port||GDP (USD billion)|
|Heilongjiang Province||38,312,224||Yes||River||142 (2010)
|Harbin||9,916,000||Yes (HRB)||River||49 (2009)|
|Qiqihar||5,716,000||Yes (NDG)||No||10.6 (2009)|
|Mudanjiang||2,706,000||Yes (MDG)||No||9.7 (2009)|
|Jiamusi||2,450,000||Yes (JMU)||River||6.7 (2010)|
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