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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of eastern China near the Yellow Sea south-southwest of Qingdao. It is an industrial center. Population: 521,000.

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  • Above, imported excavators at the Port of Lianyungang, China, in February.

    Caterpillar Profit Jumps 44% on Revenue Surge

  • ChinaFotoPress/ZUMApress.com Excavator carries rare earth at Lianyungang dock on October 31, 2010 in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province of China.

    A Rare-Earths Opportunity

  • Imaginechina/Associated Press Imported Caterpillar excavators at the port of Lianyungang earlier this year Caterpillar's offer represents a 33% premium to ERA's stock price in Hong Kong before trading was halted Monday in expectation of a takeover announcement.

    Caterpillar Reaches Deal to Buy Chinese Mining-Machinery Maker

  • Press Association While the G-20 talks, Chinese exports, such as trucks in Lianyungang, continue.

    Conflicting Agendas Doom Summits

  • China Foto Press/Zumapress.com Pupils at a primary school waved the flags of the Chinese Communist Party in Lianyungang, China, on Thursday.

    Communist Party Marks 90 Years

  • ChinaFotoPress/Zumapress.com Pupils waved flags of the Chinese Communist Party in Lianyungang, Jiangsu province, in China, Thursday.

    Asia in Pictures

  • Youngman is located in Jinhua, Zhejiang province, and has production bases in Jinan, Taian, Lianyungang and Quzhou.

    Saab Seeks Deal With Chinese Firms

  • Ms. Shen says her journey from entrepreneur to protester began in 2000, when local officials in Lianyungang city in Jiangsu province voided the lease on her property, a spa, and seized the land for an investment zone.

    In China, a New Breed of Dissidents

  • Lianyungang, a booming port city in a Jiangsu province economic belt, is ground zero for some of these changes.

    More on the Imbalance of Men and Women in China

  • The voyage to Lianyungang in China took 21 days in 2010, compared with the 37 days typically required to sail to China through the Suez.

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