China to fund Xinjiang

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smallfrog
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China to fund Xinjiang

Post by smallfrog » Fri May 07, 2010 2:16 am

China has launched its biggest-ever aid program for Xinjiang, allocating more than RMB10b for its development in 2011, the latest edition of the Outlook Weekly reported. The investment will be made in segments over a decade, and the central government promises to narrow the rich-poor gap between Xinjiang and other regions of China as much as possible, and maintain stability in the remote place.
Xinjiang is located far away from the capital of China and it is still undeveloped, but the Chinese government has never neglect the development of this area, with the pace of the conducive to the development of policy in Xinjiang, the people’s living is becoming better and better, people’s income is becoming more and more. Although there are still some problems in Xinjiang (the most seriously problem is the splitism), it will be solved. Some countries should stop supporting the splitist to give safe and stable development opportunities to this area.

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Post by code1 » Tue May 18, 2010 3:24 pm

this sounds like a good move,

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Post by stiven251 » Thu Jul 22, 2010 4:30 am

Wow thats really nice things. and the new development is make using new technology and new creation. very nice send more information like this.

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Post by jefcully » Wed Sep 01, 2010 6:52 pm

That is a welcome move by china, this part of the country are totally cut off to mainland china.the last year conflict and natural disaster leads government to think about this region.The central government has allocated 197 million yuan to disaster areas to help restore the agricultural production, renovate and maintain school buildings and purchase equipment.
Harsh winter hit most parts of northern China. Heavy snow has caused casualties and disrupted traffic in the Autonomous Region of Xinjiang and Autonomous Region of Inner Mongolia.

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