1949- The People's Republic of China

Now, CNMC is developing nonferrous metal mineral resources in countries around China and in central and southern Africa, and also in countries and regions with developed capital operation in mining industry. It possesses ten million tons of nonferrous metal resources and over 300 million tons of bauxite resources in overseas market and is now after nearly 80 million tons of heavy nonferrous metal resources and two billion tons of bauxite resources. CNMC is the Chinese enterprise that has carried out the most investment cooperation in overseas nonferrous metal mining industry. During the “Eleventh Five-year Plan” period, its investment in overseas market will exceed two billion US dollars and it will promote the export of more than 1.2 billion US dollars worth of Chinese equipment and materials.

When you're done, locate the countries on a map of Africa, then label and color them.
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Since its establishment in 1983, after several generations of leadership and efforts of all staff, China Nonferrous Metal Mining (Group) Co., Ltd. (CNMC) has grown into one of the major forces which boost the development of nonferrous metal industry. Especially in overseas investment and cooperation, CNMC has accumulated rich experience in terms of investment, development, mergers and acquisitions, and integral development. It has also built a good talent pool. Based on its good performance, CNMC got listed on "Fortune 500" for the third year consecutively, and ranked at 390 in 2015 which shows great potential in the future.


Literacy and language reform in the People's Republic of China.

Policies and practices of bilingual education for the minorities in China.
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It is bound by Mongolia, Russia and Kazakhstan to the north, North Korea, the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea to the east, the South China Sea, the Gulf of Tonkin, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, India, Bhutan and Nepal to the south as well as India, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan to the west....


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Future outcomes. Serious reforms are needed to ensurethat China's population will not continue to grow. Better policies,more education, and urbanization could help China to reach populationtarget goals. Since 1980, China has realized the importance ofcollaboration among agencies, and it has established the Populationand Information Research Center (SFPC). This agency, along withothers, is in charge of gathering information about populationtotals and helping the government to implement policies (SFPC).Projected growth of China's population is estimated to be around1.5 billion by the year 2025 (P.R.B. 7). These figures will continueto rise, and the social and economic burdens will continue toplague everyone living in China.