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Benxi

or

Pen-hsi

(both: bŭn-shē), city (1994 est. pop. 805,400), S Liaoning prov., China. It is an important heavy industrial center with rich iron and coal mines. Founded as a metallurgical center in 1915, it lies on the railroad from Shenyang (Mukden) to North Korea. The name sometimes appears as Pen-ch'i or Penki.

Benxi

, Penchi, Penki
an industrial city in SE China, in S Liaoning province. Pop.: 967 000 (2005 est.)
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Furthermore, by establishing a business base in Benxi after Suzhou and Shanghai, Eisai will strengthen its collaboration with academia in the Benxi pharmaceutical cluster as well as explore opportunities for further growth.
The Anshan Iron and Steel Group has joined together with the Benxi Iron and Steel Group, also based in Liaoning Province, to form the Anben Group.
According to the report from Benxi Municipal Government, it will be the biggest iron ore mine in Asia.
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Anshan Iron & Steel Group, the second largest steel producer in China, has announced plans to merge with Benxi Iron & Steel Group.
government agency, had made low-interest loans to Benxi Iron and Steel Company of China for the purchase of modern American technology for their plants.
The formation of Anben Steel, through the merger of the two giant steelmakers Anshan and Benxi, had been delayed and was eventually implemented in 2005 primarily because they were pushed and coordinated by the same local government in Liaoning province.
Benxi in Liaoning Province was previously known as ''Coal City,'' and was renowned for being the most smog-choked industrial city in China.
The Central Liaoning Economic Cooperation Zone, for example, was organized in 1984 and was made up of the cities of Shenyang, Anshan, Fushun, Benxi, Liaoyang, Tieling, Dandong and Yingkou, as well as a number of large enterprises.