Innovative modernized rural community in E China

19:42, June 07, 2010      

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A worker works at a stainless steel factory at Dongwei Community in Zouping County, east China's Shandong Province, June 6, 2010. Owning 20 village enterprises, the Zouping County implemented the new mode of "unite village management and enterprise as one" and built up the innovative modernized rural community--Dongwei Community. The community is set with uniform welfare policies related to schooling, medical treatment and care for old people, etc. Now the adjacent six villages have been integrated into the community to enjoy the boon of rural development. (Xinhua/Dong Naide)


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