Wuhan is a 'new tier 1' city located within Hubei Province in Central China. It is also Hubei's Provincial Capital.
In China's administrative hierarchy, Wuhan is classified as a sub-provincial city, meaning it is governed under Hubei province control, but enjoys a greater degree of autonomy than most prefecture-level cities.
The official name of Wuhan in simplified Chinese characters is 武汉 (or in pinyin: Wǔhàn).
Since the establishment of the Hubei Free Trade Zone in 2017, the following sections within Wuhan have been designated as free trade zones:
The following high tech zones are located in Wuhan:
Wuhan is served by the following airports:
The city of Wuhan's metro system commenced operation on 28 July 2004.
The following Chinese companies are headquartered in Wuhan:
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