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Sichuan Official: Post-earthquake Rebuilding Work to Take 3 Years

China's post-earthquake reconstruction work will take three years of time, said Li Chengyun, vice governor of Sichuan on Friday.

Li told a press conference in Beijing that the provincial government planned to build new villages, townships and cities in the quake-ravaged province in three years.

He said infrastructure facilities in some mountainous counties near the quake center have been damaged completely. The rebuilding work would face a lot of difficulty, said the official at the press conference held by the Information Office of the State Council.

(Xinhua News Agency May 23, 2008)

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