Anju, South Pyongan
|• Revised Romanization||Anju-si|
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|Administrative divisions||20 tong, 22 ri|
Anju-si (Korean pronunciation: [an.dzu]) is a city in the South P'yŏngan province of North Korea, and is located at the coordinates of . Its population was 240,117 in 2008. The Ch'ongch'on River passes through Anju.
Anju lies near large deposits of anthracite coal, and contains one of the largest coal production facilities in the country. The deposits contain more than 130 million metric tons of coal. Namhŭng-dong is the location of the Namhŭng Youth Chemical Complex, one of North Korea's most important chemical combines.
- North Korean Central Statistic Bureau, 2008 Census.
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- Joseph S. Bermudez Jr. (10 April 2014). "North Korea's Namhung Youth Chemical Complex: Seven Years of Construction Pays Off". US-Korea Institute at SAIS.
- Dormels, Rainer. North Korea's Cities: Industrial facilities, internal structures and typification. Jimoondang, 2014. ISBN 978-89-6297-167-5
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