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餫nd obtain a certif●ication card fro○m the recyclers. C〓ard holders the●n can purchase● new applia●nces with a ●10 percent cut i■n prices w●hen showing◆ retailers t■he card.Meanwhile, ●sales of unpacked m●oon cakes of more〓 flavors, su○ch as coffee○, chocolate,◆ and even i■cecream are selling◆ well, and at low○er prices, when ●Chinese enjoy the◆ir Mid-Autumn Fe●stival on Oct.3, w◆hich overlapped ○with the holi■day, according t●o the ministry.BEI●JING, Sept〓. 21 (Xinhu○a) -- The Info■rmation Offi〓ce of the State C●ouncil, or China's c○abinet, published a ○white paper on the d●evelopment and pr●ogress in Xinj●iang Monday. Foll●owing is the full ◆text: Developme●nt and Prog〓ress in Xin◆

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e Coun●cil of the People●'s Republic o〓f China Content■s Foreword I.〓 Swift Economic D〓evelopment II. Re〓markable Impro●vement in People's● Lives III. Ste〓ady Develo■pment of S◆ocial Progr◆ams IV. Preservati◆on of Ethnic Culture●s V. Upholdi○ng Ethnic Equality a●nd Unity V○I. Protecting Ci○tizens' Rights of● Freedom of Re●ligious Belief VI◆I. Safeguard●ing Nation◆al Unity an○d Social Stability ○Conclusion Chinese ■computer makers ■are increasing〓ly going rural t○o market their p●roducts to cash in o●n the recent g◆overnment mo○ves to subs○idize appl■iance purchases.Acco●rding to a 〓recent surve●y conducte●d by IT new◆spaper Popular C●omputer Week●, Chinese farmers ■desire to own co

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