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A sub-prefectural municipality (simplified Chinese: 副地级市; traditional Chinese: 副地級市; pinyin: fùdìjíshì), sub-prefectural city, or vice-prefectural municipality, is an unofficial designation for a type of administrative division of China. A sub-prefectural city is officially considered to be a county-level city, but it has more power de facto because the cadres assigned to its government are one half-level higher in rank than those of an "ordinary" county-level city—though still lower than those of a prefecture-level city.
While county-level cities are under the administrative jurisdiction of prefecture-level divisions, sub-prefectural cities are often (but not always) administered directly by the provincial government, with no intervening prefecture level administration.
List of sub-prefectural divisions [ edit ]
- Note: Bold not under any prefecture-level subordination
Guangdong [ edit ]
Guizhou [ edit ]
Hainan [ edit ]
Hebei [ edit ]
Heilongjiang [ edit ]
Henan [ edit ]
Hubei [ edit ]
Hunan [ edit ]
Jiangsu [ edit ]
Jiangxi [ edit ]
Jilin [ edit ]
Inner Mongolia [ edit ]
Qinghai [ edit ]
Shaanxi [ edit ]
Xinjiang [ edit ]
- Note: all cities are also under the subordination of the Prefecture-level Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps (XPCC or Bingtuan).