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As the capital of Jiangsu Province, Nanjing sits in the north-west of the Yangtze River Delta (YRD). The city forms a triangle with Hangzhou and Shanghai that corresponds to the YRD's heartland, one of the richest and most developed regions in China. Nanjing also anchors a'One-Hour City Circle', a 'hub and spoke' model of regional development that envisions a transport infrastructure linking Nanjing and its seven surrounding cities to form a conveniently accessible greater urban region. The cities include Zhenjiang, Yangzhou and Huaian in Jiangsu Province, and Ma'anshan, Wuhu, Chuzhou, and Xuancheng in Anhui Province.The One-Hour City Circle covers about 63,000 sq km. Its urban population of 19.8 million is comparable to that of New York, and its total 2013 GDP of RMB 2.2 trillion (USD 362.6 billion) ranks between those of San Francisco and Philadelphia. In the field of education, Nanjing stands alongside Shanghai in a league apart from the rest of the Yangtze River Delta. Nanjing is home to 54 higher education institutions, more than any of its neighbours and second only to Shanghai's 67. Even more impressive is Nanjing's concentration of schools in the national '211' project, a ranking of the top 100 schools that China expects to compete globally in the twenty-first century

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