Western Enterprise in Far Eastern Economic Development: China and Japan

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APPENDIX D OPEN PORTS, FOREIGN SETTLEMENTS AND CONCESSIONS IN CHINA

1. LIST OF TREATY PORTS1
Aigun
Amoy
Antung
Canton
Changsha
Chefoo
Changchun
(Kwangchengtze)
Chinkiang
Chuitzuchien
Chungking
Dairen
Fakumen
Fenghuangcheng
Foochow
Gartok
Gyangtze
Hailar
Hangchow
Hankow
Harbin
Hsinmintun
Hunchun
Ichang
Kashgar
Kiakhta
Kiaochow ( Tsingtao)
Kiayukwan
Kirin
Kiukiang
Kiungchow (Hoihow)
Kongmoon
Kowloon
Kuldja
Lappa
Liaoyang
Lungchingtsun
Lungchow
Lungkow
Manchouli
Mengtsz
Mukden
Nanking
Nanning
Newchwang
Ningpo
Ninguta
Pakhoi
Paitsaokow
Shamshai
Sansing
Shanghai
Shasi
Soochow
Suifenho
Swatow
Szemao
Taonan
Tarbagatai
Tatungkow
Tengyueh
Tiehling
Tientsin
Toutaokow
Tsitsihar
Tungkiangtze
Urga
Urumchi
Weihaiwei
Wenchow
Wuchow
Wuhu
Yatung
Yingkow (Port of Newchwang)

2. LIST OF PORTS VOLUNTARILY OPENED BY THE CHINESE GOVERNMENT1
Chihfeng
Chinwangtao
Choutsun
Dolonor
Haichow
Hulutao
Kalgan
Kueihuacheng
Liaoyuan
Pengpu
Santuao
Tsinanfu
Weihsien
Woosung (near Shanghai)
Wuchang
Yochow
Yunnanfu ( Kunming)
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1
These lists are based on one supplied by the Foreign Office Research Department and supplemented by reference to the China Year Book, 1928, and onwards.

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