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Greater Changsha Metropolitan Region

Greater Changsha Metropolitan Region or Changsha-Zhuzhou-Xiangtan City Cluster (Chinese: 长株潭城市群) is a large area in Hunan province, China, consisting of three prefecture-level cities of Changsha, Xiangtan and Zhuzhou, the place is the heavily urbanized region of Hunan and covers an area of 28,087 km2. It covers an area of 1,883 km2 in the urban area, there are 5.92 millions of popupation, GDP reaches CN¥ 568.37 billions(US$ 90.04 billions), GDP per capita is CN¥ 96,067(US$ 15,665), the main urban area of three cities has an area of 483.77 km2 in 2012.[1] On December 14, 2007, it was issued as Comprehensive Supporting Reform Trial Areas to build a resource conserving and environment friendly society by China National Development and Reform Commission.

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  1. ^ Hunan Statistical Yearbook 2013(ISBN 978-7-5037-6971-9)

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