Jiamusi


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Jiamusi

(jyä`mo͞o`so͝o`) or

Kiamusze

(kyä`mo͞o`so͝o`, jyä`–), city (1994 est. pop. 548,600), E Heilongjiang prov., China. It is the chief port on the lower reaches of the Songhua River. The significant heavy and light industries of Jiamusi are centered mainly on large state-owned factories that are increasingly economically troubled, leading to widespread unemployment. There are rail connections to Harbin, to North Korea, and to Russia. The city was formerly the capital of Hejiang prov. The name sometimes appears as Chia-mu-ssu.
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Previously, John Deere factories in Tianjin, Jiamusi and Ningbo, each producing a different range of machines, offered separate after-sales services.
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In late 2009, the product, which is sold in China mainly through Heilongjiang Boli Jinhai Linzhi Feed and Jiamusi Jinfeng Feed, generated sales of approximately USD 386,000 compared with the companyas initial expectations of USD 330,000.
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Deere has joint ventures with Jiamusi Combine and Tianjin Tractor, while CNH Global has forged relationships with Shanghai Tractor and Heliongiang Beidahuang.
Deere has provided products and services to the Chinese agricultural market since 1976 and has manufactured equipment in China since 1997, when it entered a joint venture to build combines at a factory in Jiamusi.
Other county seats suffered the same fate, for example Jiamusi in 1914, Huachuan in 1920, and Wangkui in 1923.
On Sunday, Jiamusi banned use of river water by its 550,000 citizens before water contaminated with benzene and nitrobenzene reached the area, the official China Daily said.