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Hsinhsiang

 

a city in China, in Honan Province, on the Wei Ho. Population, 300,000 (1972). Hsinhsiang has a railroad station. Its industries produce flour, vegetable oil, alcohol and vodka, tobacco, cotton textiles, and metalwork.

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