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Education, Enterprise Innovation Proposed at CPPCC

Proposals were made on rural education and enterprise's innovation Wednesday at the annual session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference in Beijing.

CPPCC delegate Zhu Peikang proposed that the education system should be improved in rural areas and more talented people should be trained for the development of agriculture.

Gu Shengzu said governments at all levels should invest more in compulsory education in rural areas and improve teachers' training.

Another CPPCC member Han Zhongchao proposed that the government help enterprises improve their innovation capability.

(CRI March 10, 2005)


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