North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region signed 22 cooperation projects that are worth more than 27.8 billion yuan ($3.97 billion) in Qingdao.
Inner Mongolia will contribute to the Chinese-style modernization by further optimizing the regional opening-up process and optimizing its business environment.
At the fifth China International Import Expo, the exhibition area of Inner Mongolia is widely said to have attracted the attention of a great deal of visitors.
The foreign trade of Inner Mongolia hit 68.07 billion yuan in the first half, representing an increase of 17.3 percent year-on-year.
A total of 10 trucks carrying fresh fruits and vegetables had passed through fast customs channels set up at Ereenhot Port and headed to Mongolia on April 8.
Foreign trade volume of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region reached approximately 123.6 billion yuan in 2021.
The GDP of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region topped 2 trillion yuan ($300.08 billion) and broke a record.
Countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative, or the BRI, have now reportedly become the main driver of foreign trade in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region.