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From: China Tibet Online 2014-01-14 16:16:00
by: Lethe Guo
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Tibet faces "seven problems" in future development

Tibet faces seven major restrictions in its future development, according to Losang Jamcan, Chairman of Tibet Autonomous Region when he reported government work to the Second session of the 10th Tibet People's Congress in Lhasa on Jan. 10, 2014.

It was also the first time for Losang Jamcan to deliver a work report to the local people's congress on behalf of the regional government. While reviewing achievements in all social sectors over 2013, he also pointed out problems faced by Tibet as follows:

1. Ideological perception is unable to keep pace with development of the times;

2. Developmental circumstance is in need of improvement, as vetting process is complicated, coordination ineffective and execution inefficient;

3. Infrastructure is like a bottleneck: inconvenient traffic and transportation, energy shortage, and weak water conservancy facilities are still pressing;

4. Issues related to agriculture, rural areas and farmers need continuous attention: some farmers and herdsmen still live in poverty and helping the poor remains tough;

5. Low industrialization level: small industrial scale, short industry chain, unsatisfying utilization of advantages and characteristic traits;

6. Tough situation of anti-splittism struggle;

7. Self-improvement and reforms of government.

The government also stressed that reform and renovation should cover all sectors of social economic development, following the basic principles including social harmony and stability, eco-environmental protection, and safety in production.

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