Aksu Prefecture

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Aksu Prefecture
ئاقسۇ ۋىلايىتى
Aqsu, Akesu
China Xinjiang Aksu.svg
Aksu Prefecture (red) in Xinjiang (orange)
Coordinates(Aksu City government): 41°11′N80°17′E / 41.18°N 80.29°E / 41.18; 80.29 Coordinates: 41°11′N80°17′E / 41.18°N 80.29°E / 41.18; 80.29
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Province Xinjiang
County-level divisions 8
Seat Aksu City
   Prefecture 128,099 km2 (49,459 sq mi)
14,450 km2 (5,580 sq mi)
14,450 km2 (5,580 sq mi)
1,519 m (4,984 ft)
 (2020 Census [1] )
   Prefecture 2,714,422
  Density21/km2 (55/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
Area code(s) 997
ISO 3166 code CN-XJ-29
GDP (2021) [2] CNY¥ 156.45 billion
US $24.26 billion
GDP per capita CNY ¥56,892
US $8,820
 - GrowthIncrease2.svg 6.6%
License Plate 新N
Website Aksu Prefecture Government
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