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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
Xinjiang to receive massive input
A detailed and massive investment plan will be introduced in a bid to boost Xinjiang's economy during the upcoming central government's working conference on issues affecting Xinjiang this May.
China to boost development in Tibet, Xinjiang
China will draw up policies this year to boost the development in Xinjiang and Tibet as well as other Tibetan-inhabited areas, Premier Wen Jiabao said Friday.
"We must stop the commercialization of ethnic arts."
Nima Tsering, a CPPCC member and deputy director of the Sichuan Research Institute of Culture and History, warned that many ethnic arts are being developed into mere tourist products
Beijing to invest $1.5b in Tibet environment
The Chinese central government will allocate a further investment of 10 billion yuan ($1.5 billion) by the end of 2015 to help protect and preserve the ecological environments in the Tibet Autonomous Region, Xinhua reported Tuesday.
Tibet beer enters US market
A local barley beer brewer in this capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region expects to sell more products to the United States in the second half of next year.
Efforts on west region development to continue
Efforts on the development of China's western regions should be further pushed forward, said Liu Yong, an official who has worked in northwestern Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region for decades.
Cotton acreage shrinks in Xinjiang
Cotton acreage in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a key cotton production base in northwestern China, shrank to 20.16 million Mu (1.34 million hectares) in 2009, down 19.4 percent from 2008.
Guangxi Beibu Gulf hot for domestic investment
Guangxi's Beibu Gulf Economic Zone became a hit for investment at the ongoing 6th China-ASEAN Expo as the area attracted nearly one-fifth of cooperation projects from domestic enterprises agreed at the expo.
Photos illustrate Xinjiang White Paper on on Development and Progress
Swift Economic Development in Xinjiang
Introduction of Zhaxi Jicai Gold, Silver and Bronze Company
The village Zhaxi Jicai in Shigatse, Tibet started to become a center for craftsmen to make gold, silver and bronze religious items during the 18th century.
Lhasa Beer Limited Company
A worker at Lhasa Beer Limited Company in Lhasa, Tibet, September 10, 1009.
Middle-season rice harvested in Guangxi
Farmers working in the rice fields in Pingle Yao ethnicTownshipofFengshancounty, southwestChina's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, September 6, 2009. Middle-season rice is harvested in Fengshan.
Coal-to-natural gas project in Inner Mongolia

A general view shows the construction site of a project to produce the natural gas from coal in Hexigten Banner, in northChina's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, August 25, 2009. The project, jointly organized by the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region and China Datang Group (CDG), has a total investment of 24 billion Yuan and will provide 4 billion cubic meters of natural gas per year toBeijingafter it goes into full operation in 2013, Xinhua reported. [Xinhua]

Xinjiang gears up coal mine production
The coal-rich Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is planning to enhance its coal production capacity by launching 139 large and medium-sized coal mines by 2010.
Ningxia to build commodity trading center
A Chinese inland and Muslim countries-oriented international commodity trading center is expected to be built by February2010 inYinchuan, in northwestChina’s Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Xinhua reported August 3, 2009.

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