Jining


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Jining

(jē`nĭng`) or

Tsining

(chē`nĭng`), city (1994 est. pop. 180,500), Inner Mongolian Autonomous Region, China. It is an important railroad center at the junction of the system connecting Beijing and Lanzhou, with the line traversing the Republic of Mongolia to Russia. Industries include meatpacking, tanning, and the production of textiles. The name sometimes appears as Chi'ning.
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An official from the general office of the Affiliated Hospital of Jining Medical College confirmed it was involved.
The hospital medical staff involved have been suspended from their work during the investigation," Zhong Haitao, a spokesman at the Jining Health Bureau, was quoted as saying.
Local residents and firefighters recovered the bodies on Monday after they were discovered under a bridge spanning the Guangfu River in the outskirts of Jining, Zhong said.
Jim's connection to Jining began more than 10 years ago, after his student son Cameron brought some Chinese friends to the family home.
Jim was joined at the ceremony by two bagpipers, after Strathclyde Fire And Rescue raised cash to send the pair out to Jining.
JEHYCO has approximately 200 employees, all in the city of Jining, and manufactures steering pumps and fluid power motors for major agricultural, construction and manufacturing companies in China.
currently holds interests in three power plants, which include the Dezhou Plant (100%), Jining Plant (75%) and Weihai Plant (60%) in Shandong province in the People's Republic of China.