Jeminay County

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Jeminay County
吉木乃县جەمەنەي اۋدانىجېمىنەي ناھىيىسى
(Chinese) • (Uyghur) • (Kazakh)
Location of the county
Location of the county
Country China
Province Xinjiang
Prefecture-level divisions Altay Prefecture
Time zone China Standard (UTC+8)

Jeminay County (Chinese: 吉木乃, Uyghur: Җеминәй Наһийиси) is a county situated in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and is under the administration of the Altay Prefecture.

A road border crossing into Kazakhstan is located in Jeminay town. The Kazakh settlement across the border is Maykapchigay near Zaysan in East Kazakhstan Region.


Amongst the county's total population of 37,733, 19,090 of them were men while 18,643 were women. 13,209 people were Han Chinese while 24,524 belonged to the county's fifteen different ethnic minority groups. The Non-agricultural population has a total figure of 18,530 while the Farming population is 19,203; The Urban population accounts for 10,121 people. According to the 2005 census, the native ethnic Kazaks, accounted for more than sixty percent of the county's total population figure.

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Coordinates: 41°32′00″N 85°38′00″E / 41.5333°N 85.6333°E / 41.5333; 85.6333