World Bank projects in Xinjiang, China

hearing before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, One Hundred Fourth Congress, second session, July 25, 1996. by

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SeriesS. hrg. ;, 104-660
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LC ClassificationsKF26 .F6 1996g
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Paginationiii, 56 p. ;
Number of Pages56
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Open LibraryOL3357097M
ISBN 100160537487
LC Control Number2004398810
OCLC/WorldCa36101531

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  Beijing: The World Bank is cutting back a USD 50 million project in China's restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses. A statement from the bank dated Monday said it would close a component of the project to support vocational colleges involving partner schools that were the subject of the abuse claims.   (Bloomberg) -- The World Bank will reduce the scope of a project in China’s Xinjiang region and supervise the work more closely after a fact-finding review spurred by concern that the lender’s funds might be used to support the nation’s crackdown on minority Muslim Uighurs. China's northwestern Xinjiang is planning a poverty relief scheme targeting the restive region's 22 poorest counties, the official Xinhua news agency reported on Sunday.

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WASHINGTON, Novem — The World Bank today released the following statement on its recently concluded review of a project in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, China: “The World Bank’s work is driven by core principles of inclusion, with special consideration for the protection of minorities and other vulnerable peoples.

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The World Bank will reduce the scope of a project in China’s Xinjiang region and supervise the work more closely after a fact-finding review.

China - Xinjiang Agricultural Development Project (English) Abstract. In support of the Government's policy to accelerate development of China's poorer provinces in the north and west, the Xinjiang Agricultural Development Project will expand the irrigated area for crop production, improve pastures and promote livestock.

China responded on Tuesday to a decision by the World Bank to reduce funding for vocational training centres in the troubled western region of Xinjiang, by saying the bank's review of its projects.

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World Bank Scales Back Project in China’s Xinjiang Region Novem admin Politics 0 WASHINGTON — The World Bank said on Monday that it would scale back development work in China’s Xinjiang region after speculation that a $50 million loan it granted in for an education project was being used to fund Muslim detention camps.

WASHINGTON, Aug - The World Bank projects in Xinjiang Bank has received a number of inquiries regarding the Technical and Vocational Education Project in Xinjiang, China. We take such concerns extremely seriously.

We are actively looking into the questions that have been raised about the project. If action is warranted, we will take it. We are writing to express our concern and receive more information about a World Bank loan for $50 million made to the Department of Education of China’s Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region (XUAR) for a project titled “Xinjiang Technical and Vocational Education and Training Project.”.

The World Bank provides low-interest loans, zero to low-interest credits, and grants to developing countries. These support a wide array of investments in such areas as education, health, public administration, infrastructure, financial and private sector development, agriculture, and environmental and natural resource management.

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Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations.]. China responded on Tuesday to a decision by the World Bank to reduce funding for vocational training centers in the troubled western region of Xinjiang, by saying the bank's review of its projects.

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The World Bank project aims to upgrade the curriculum, teacher skills and post-graduation employment opportunities offered by five long-established public vocational colleges in Xinjiang, the bank said.

World Bank lending to China has been criticized since the country is now the world’s second-largest economy and is itself a major lender to.

The World Bank is cutting back a US$50 million project in China’s Xinjiang region after a review prompted by allegations of abuses. BEIJING (AP) — The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project in China’s restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses.

Novem Politics Comments Off on World Bank Scales Back Project in China’s Xinjiang Region WASHINGTON — The World Bank said on Monday that it would scale back development work in China’s Xinjiang region after speculation that a $50 million loan it granted in for an education project was being used to fund Muslim detention.

The World Bank announced Monday it was cutting back a vocational education project in China's Xinjiang province, even though an internal investigation did. BEIJING (AP) — The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project in China's restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses.

A statement from the bank dated. The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project that supported vocational colleges in China's restive Xinjiang By The Associated Press NovemAM. The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project in China's restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses.

A statement from the bank. China responded on Tuesday to a decision by the World Bank to reduce funding for vocational training centres in the troubled western region of Xinjiang, by saying the bank's review of its projects had "clarified the truth".

The World Bank said on Monday that it will close a project involving. The World Bank lent China $50 million in to support the Xinjiang Technical and Vocational Education and Training Project, later implicated in China’s anti. The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project in China’s restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses.

A statement from the bank dated Monday said it. The World Bank had issued a $50 million loan for the “Xinjiang Technical and Vocational Education and Training Project,” overseen by China’s Department of Education in the Xinjiang region.

The World Bank announced Monday it was cutting back a vocational education project in China's Xinjiang province, even though an internal investigation did not back up claims the scheme.

The World Bank is investigating whether a $50 million loan it granted in for an education project in China ’s Xinjiang region has been used to fund Muslim detention camps. BEIJING—The World Bank is cutting back a $50 million project in China's restive Xinjiang region following a review prompted by allegations of abuses.

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