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Tibet calling as 232m go mobile

First free cyber bar opens in Tibet

Tibet designates 2,112 technicians

Tibet starts building its biggest solar power plant
Lender wins big with local edge
Amid global economic woes and the fluctuating fortunes of China's economy, last year would hardly be considered the best time to launch a new bank, especially in a relatively remote area where only 3 million people live on a 1.2 million square kilometer plateau.
High-tech Zone begins work on transportation network
The Urumqi State High-tech Zone in Urumqi, the capital of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, held its opening ceremony for some transportation projects in the new area of the zone, on April 30, the Xinjiang website reported.
Tibet's private sector booms
About 5 kilometers southwest of Lhasa city proper, young plants burgeon on a Tibetan herb base set against a backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
Tibetan economy surges in Q1
Tibet's economic growth jumped 12.2 percent year on year in the first quarter, up 0.8 percentage point from the same period last year, the autonomous region's statistics bureau said Wednesday.
New skills for better jobs in Xinjiang
Hami city provides job skills trainings to more than 10,000 residents aged between 16 and 45 in rural areas to improve their chances of getting a job.
Tibet to invest $3.5b in transport
Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region will invest 22 billion yuan ($3.5 billion) in transport construction this year.
Tibet's development top priority of China: ambassador
The development in Tibet is China's top priority and Tibet is developing faster, Chinese Ambassador to Nepal Yang Houlan said here Friday.
Tibetan cashmere enjoys brick sales
In the Tibet (Lhasa) Grand Commodity Fair, the soft textured Tibetan cashmere products of romantic ethnic elements attract the tourists' attention and enjoy brick sales in high-end market.
Tibet: 12,700 jobs created in first half
Tibet has provided 12, 700 new job offerings to the public in the past half year with an unemployment rate of 3.44 percent.
Private businesses contribute to Tibet's trade
Private businesses in Tibet have seen robust foreign trade growth, reporting 1.71 billion US dollars of imports and exports in the first eight months this year, a year-on-year increase of 280 percent.
SOEs to boost investment in Xinjiang
State-owned enterprises at the central level will boost its investment in the energy sector of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
Investors drawn to Xinjiang
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region is playing a key role in Asian and European countries' investments in China, officials said on Sunday at the second China-Eurasia Expo.
Mining to become key to Tibet's economy
Analysts estimate that the mining industry will account for one third of Tibet's gross domestic product and become the most important industry.
Tibet's foreign trade up 31%
Tibet's foreign trade continued to see robust growth this year as the government stepped up efforts to improve infrastructure in inland port cities and the efficiency of customs clearance, local authorities said.
Tibet's foreign trade surges
China's Tibet autonomous region saw its foreign trade up 170.3 percent year-on-year to $1.02 billion in in the first half of this year.

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