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Urbanization Experiences for Developing Countries

A two-week-long seminar on China's urbanization, sponsored by China's Ministry of Commerce, concluded on Monday.

A total of 45 delegates from 25 developing countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America attended the seminar.

Kamran Ansari, an official from Pakistan, said he learned about the process of urbanization in China and how China dealt with land expropriation in this process.

The seminar was held in Fuzhou, capital of east China's Fujian province, from April 2 through 16.

 Li Rongmin, director of international cooperation bureau under the Ministry of Commerce, said the ministry has planned 20 seminars on economic growth, public administration and urban planning of developing countries from March to April to enhance cooperation between China and other developing countries in human resource development.
(Xinhua News Agency April 17, 2007)

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