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800 million yuan invested to develop unique agricultural, animal husbandry industries
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11:27, May 11, 2009

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Tibet plans to invest 820 million yuan this year to further promote the development of unique agricultural and animal husbandry industries, said Tsering Phuntsok, Director of the Agricultural and Animal Husbandry Office of the Tibet Autonomous Region, during a recent interview with reporters.

In 2008, the Tibet Autonomous Region arranged 320 million yuan in its budget to develop unique agricultural and animal husbandry industries. The fund supports construction of projects for unique agricultural and animal husbandry industries including grass-fed dairy cow bases, sheep cultivation bases, high quality goat down bases, and Tibetan pig and chicken bases. The construction of 130 projects for unique industries was implemented. The government also arranged an agricultural modernization special fund of 60 million yuan to support the development of the highland barley and yak industries. This year Tibet plans to inject 500 million yuan more than last year to support and develop unique agricultural and animal husbandry industries.

The Tibet Autonomous Region is also further increasing the standardization of the production and construction of agricultural products. To date, it has already established 11 local standards for non-contaminated farm produce technologies and authenticated 128 pollution-free, green and organic food products.

By People's Daily Online

http://paper.people.com.cn/rmrb/html/2009-05/11/content_250431.htm



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