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16:37 Jan 19 2010

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Japan to spend 1.26 mln yuan on aid-Tibet projects
16:37, January 19, 2010  

Japan will aid Tibet Autonomous Region in improving its infrastructure and people's livelihood, under an agreement signed by China and Japan recently in Lhasa, according to Tibet Daily.

These aid-Tibet projects at a total cost of 1.26 million yuan (184,000 U.S. dollars) will involve construction of the dormitories in the Vocational Technical Training Center in Ngamring County, southwestern Tibet's Xigaze Prefecture and the supply of medical apparatus to the People's Hospital of Sangri County, southeastern Tibet's Shannan Prefecture.

Since 1988, Tibet has received gratis of 12.49 million U.S. dollars from the Japanese Government, and benefited from nine such aid projects involving education, medical services and health care, as well as animal husbandry.

Source: Xinhua

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