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China’s Xinjiang gets money, talent from ‘pairing assistance’, but is the controversial programme helping?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]This is the second in a series of stories looking at China’s Xinjiang province and how the far-western region is coping economically under a series of US sanctions over alleged human rights violations and the widespread use of forced labour.In spite of Xinjiang‘s vast natural beauty, a common impression of the region held by many Chinese concerns the poverty of its residents, which is often the focus of official state media reports.The idyllic setting – including snow-capped mountains, lush…

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This is the second in a series of stories looking at China’s Xinjiang province and how the far-western region is coping economically under a series of US sanctions over alleged human rights violations and the widespread use of forced labour.In spite of Xinjiang‘s vast natural beauty, a common impression of the region held by many Chinese concerns the poverty of its residents, which is often the focus of official state media reports.The idyllic setting – including snow-capped mountains, lush…

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