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Updated: 2011-03-06 21:22
Tibet puts 1b yuan into subsidy policy for students

A student attends a class at a middle school in Qamdo county, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, Oct 19, 2010. The Tibet government will allocate 1 billion yuan ($152 million) in subsidies for children of farmers and herdsmen, in its continued efforts to raise the standard of its "Three Guarantees" policy (free food, accommodation and tuition for students in Tibet), a preferential policy approved by the central government in 1985. Starting from Jan 1 this year, all of the beneficiaries will get an annual subsidy of 2,000 yuan, an increase of 200 yuan from the previous year. All the children of farmers and herdsmen who are in compulsory and secondary education will be covered by the policy. [Photo/Xinhua]

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