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Ch’angtu

 

a city in China, in the Tibetan Autonomous Region; situated in the valley of the Lants’ang Chiang (Mekong River), at an elevation of more than 3,000 m. Population, approximately 10,000. Ch’angtu is a commercial and transportation center on the Szechwan-Tibet Highway. Its industries include the repair of motor vehicles and the manufacture of leather products.

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We really appreciate the contributions made by the following hospitals: Changtu People's Hospital, Dashiqiao Center Hospital, Donggang Center Hospital, Fengcheng Center Hospital, Fuxin Mongolian Autonomous County People's Hospital, Kuandian Center Hospital, Pulandian Center Hospital, Wafangdian Center Hosptial, Yingkou Economic and Technological Development Zone Center Hospital, Yixian People's Hospital, Zhangwu People's Hospital, and Zhuanghe Center Hospital.
International Resource News-December 28, 2012--Huaneng Power starts phase I construction project of Huaneng Changtu Taiping Wind Farm(C)1994-2012 ENPublishing - http://www.
Huaneng Power International Inc (NYSE: HNP) (HKEx: 902) (SSE: 600011), a China-based power producer, has started the phase I construction project of Huaneng Changtu Taiping Wind Farm in Liaoning Province.
The new facility managed continuous production in February and volumes surpassed those of its Changtu facility, said the company.
International Resource News-February 22, 2011--Huaneng Power International Inc receives approval for Huaneng Liaoning Changtu Taiping wind power project(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.