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Tea park boosts cross-Straits agricultural co-op
Updated: 2012-09-07

Tea park boosts cross-Straits agricultural co-op

Lv Shuzhen (L) and Deng Meixian (R) trim tea plants at the Development Park for Taiwan Farmers in Zhangping, Fujian province, Sept 7, 2012. The park, which is the biggest production base of oolong tea in the Chinese mainland, serves as a high-tech exchange platform to deepen cross-Straits agricultural cooperation. It has attracted 59 Taiwanese companies, with a tea output valued at more than 600 million yuan ($94.58 million). [Photo/Xinhua]

Tea park boosts cross-Straits agricultural co-op

Chen Xiaodao (R) and Li Lihui (L) make tea at the Development Park for Taiwan Farmers in Zhangping, Fujian province, Sept 7, 2012. [Photo/Xinhua] 

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