Taoyuan County, Hunan


Taoyuan County, Hunan

Taoyuan County (Chinese: 桃源县; Pinyin: Táoyuán Xiàn) is located in Changde, Hunan Province of the People's Republic of China. The Yuan River, a tributary of Yangtze, flows through Hunan, providing hydroelectric power.

Economy

Agricultural products include rice, wheat, edible oils, sesame seeds, peanuts, cotton, and tobacco. Manufactured goods produced include machinery, textiles, chemicals, wood products, and leather goods. Local mines extract gold, silver, iron ore, and diamonds.


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