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Tibet's non-public economy to boom through Boao Forum

By Ellen Liu (China Tibet Online)

08:25, April 09, 2013

The Darze Industrial Park of Tibet[Photo/China Tibet Online]

After the opening of the Boao Forum for Asia Annual Conference 2013 on April 6, a roundtable discussion among private sector entrepreneurs and economists from across the country was held to review the latest development, challenges and solutions of non-public economy that lay ahead.
Though far apart between Tibet and Boao,entrepreneurs in the non-public sector of Tibet has been shown great interest in the forum , especially the development trend of the private businesses.

The Darze County in the middle of the Tibet Autonomous Region has become a base of Tibet's private enterprises,which completed its transformation from agriculture and animal husbandry-oriented economy to industry-oriented economy in 2011. Up to now, 125 enterprises have opened businesses in the base including eight cultural enterprises such as Tibet Tuobai Ancient Incense Production Ltd. and Tibet Luozhan Ethnic Handicraft Development Co., Ltd.

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