From top:Zhengguo Temple, Renmin Square, Queshi-Hapson Bridge, Gangkou overview.
|• Lt. Governor||Mylon Croston|
Gangkou is an overseas-Administrative District (Province) and Zamastanian-dependent island and legation-city off the coast of Yuan, with an estimated population of 7,078,000 within its administrative limits. Significant in 19th-century Yuan history as one of the treaty ports established for Ausiana and Euronian trade and contact, Gangkou was one of the original special economic zones of Yuan established in the 1800s. It was given over to Zamastan as part of the 1905 Treaty of Tiaking that established legation cities. Zamastanian influence in the city can be seen in the city's economics and culture. Originally a sparsely populated area of farming and fishing villages, the past century of Zamastanian administration has let the territory become one of Ausiana's significant financial centers and commercial ports. Gangkou has a major capitalist service economy characterized by low taxation and free trade, and hosts a high concentration of ultra high-net-worth individuals.
People born in Gangkou are automatically granted Zamastanian citizenship, but people who immigrate to the city are unable to gain citizenship unless they move to mainland Zamastan. The city also hosts a naval port that services the Navy of Zamastan. The city has been the focus of historical controversy due to its proximity to the Yuan and Beleroskov mainlands.
Gangkou was an island prominent with fishing villages during the majority of the history of the Yuan Empires.
Connecting to Gangkou across the Queshi-Hapson Bridge is the neighborhood of Queshi, which was the main site for the original Zamastanian consulates. Today the area is a scenic park but some of the structures from its earlier history are somewhat preserved. In 1860, Gangkou became a trading port.
During the uprising of the Yellow Flag Rebellion, rebel forces occupied the city. The arrival of Zamastanian armadas and landing forces turned the tide of the occupation, and the control of power shifted following the Zamastanian victory in the Battle of Genghau.
The city of Gangkou was given protectorate status by Zamastan in 1906, following the end of the Yellow Flag Rebellion and the subsequent signing of the 1905 Treaty of Tiaking.
In the 1930s, as a transport hub and a merchandise distribution center, Gangkou's Port's cargo throughput ranked among the highest in Ausiana due to the bilateral effects of Zamastanian and Yuan influence.
Gangkou's economy is average by Yuan standards. Manufacturing accounts for a large and increasing share of employment. Canning, garments, lithography, plastic, and toys are some of the principal products, although the city hosts dozens of Zamastanian and other foreign companies that service the technology, retail, and automobile industries.
In 2019, the analyzed data of Gangkou GDP is approximately Z$30.4 billion
With an area of 2.34 km2 (0.90 sq mi), Gangkou Free Trade Zone lies at the north part of the city, established by Zamastanian authority in 1987. It has been comprehensively developing export processing, storage, international trade, finance and information industry. Its goal is to establish a modernized international zone that is open to overseas by drawing experience from international free trade zones.
The city of Gangkou is located on the Gangtze estuary of island's southwest coast. The land is formed by the Gangtze's natural deposition and modern land reclamation projects. As such, it has sandy soil, and skyscrapers are to be built with deep concrete piles to avoid sinking into the soft ground. The Zamastanian-administrations administer both the main island and 4 of its surrounding islands.