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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
Telecoms dial in crucial communication
The Internet helped a farmer in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region dig a bigger bonanza last year without leaving his door.
Tibet to receive three million tourists in 2009
Tibet expects to receive three million domestic and foreign tourists in 2009, said an official with the regional tourism administration on Saturday.
Tibet sees 1st foreign tourist group after resumption
A German group of 11 tourists arrived at Lhasa Saturday night, beginning its six-day tour in Tibet Autonomous Region. Westerners 'Must Know Tibet Reality'
China publishes report on Tibet development
China Tibetology Research Center Monday outlined Tibet's changes over past 50 years through facts and figures in a report on its economic and social development.
Boost for Xinjiang transport
Xinjiang will boost efforts to improve its infrastructure this year in a move that could see the autonomous region spend 300 billion yuan on its fixed assets.
Xinjiang to invest heavily in rural highways
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is planning to invest 3.5 billion yuan (512 million US dollars) this year in its rural highways, the regional transport department said Thursday.
Xinjiang becomes China's second largest oil producer
The western Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region became China's second largest oil production base in 2008 with an output of 27.4 million tonnes, up 1 million tonnes from 2007.
Tibet's first railway to be open

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