Guiyang


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Guiyang

or

Kweiyang

(both: gwā-yäng), city (1994 est. pop. 1,131,200), capital of Guizhou prov., SW China. On the main road from Kunming to Chongqing, it is also a rail (since 1959) and industrial center. Textiles, chemical fertilizers, machine tools, petroleum and rubber products, cement, and paper are among its manufactures, and telecommunications and computing services are also important industries. Important coal and bauxite fields are nearby. Guiyang's institutions of higher learning include Guizhou Univ.

Guiyang

, Kweiyang, Kuei-yang
a city in S China, capital of Guizhou province: reached by rail in 1959, with subsequent industrial growth. Pop.: 2 467 000 (2005 est.)
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