Wuzhou, located in the Guangxi Zhuang Automonous Region, China, has a population of over 3 million. The city is ideally located near the Zhu River Delta Economic Zone, the Beibu Gulf Economic Zone, and the Xi River Economic Zone. The city’s location allows it to serve as a key conduit between southwest China and Southeast Asia. The history of Wuzhou dates back to two thousand years ago. Over the last couple centuries, Wuzhou has developed into a well-established business hub.

Today the City of Wuzhou is also engaged in low-carbon development. It has been selected as a National New Energy Demonstration City by the Chinese national government. The World Alliance for Low Carbon Cities welcomes the City of Wuzhou as its latest city member in the development of a sustainable future for Wuzhou.

For more information on the city, please visit the city’s website.

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