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County-level city
Country China
Province Shandong
Prefecture-level city Zaozhuang
Township-level divisions 21
 • Mayor Du Yongguang (杜永光)
 • Total 1,485 km2 (573 sq mi)
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)
Postal code 277500
Area code(s) 0632
Chinese 滕州
Postal Tengchow

Tengzhou (Chinese: 滕州; pinyin: Téngzhōu) is a county-level city of Zaozhuang, Shandong province of the People's Republic of China, and is the site of the feudal vassal State of Teng during the Spring and Autumn Period.

The Mayor of Tengzhou is Du Yongguang. The Secretary of CPC Tengzhou Committee is Niu Qizhong.


  • Administration 1
  • Economic environment 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4


The County-level city of Tengzhou administers 21 township-level divisions.

Economic environment

Tengzhou has been a major manufacturing area but in a period leading up to 2015 had been experiencing an economic downturn which closed many local factories. In the opinion of and as reported in The Wall Street Journal in July 2015, innovation in manufacturing ideas and products was a key to revitalization of the industry in Tengzhou.[1]


  1. ^ Magnier, Mark, "For Many Firms, China’s ‘New Normal’ Spells Doom : Industrial city’s struggle illustrates how slower economic growth is squeezing manufacturers", The Wall Street Journal, July 20, 2015

External links

  • Government website of Tengzhou (in Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, English, Japanese and Korean)
  • Tengzhou Daily on Net (in Simplified Chinese)
  • Tengzhou Mobile (in Simplified Chinese)(simplified Chinese: 掌上滕州; traditional Chinese: 掌上滕州; pinyin: ZhǎngShàngTéngzhōu)

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