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President Hu calls for more innovation in tour of Shenzhen

09-07-2010 15:13 BJT Special Report:30 Anniversary of Shenzhen SEZ |

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President Hu Jintao called for more innovation and increased use of clean energy during a recent tour of Shenzhen in south China. A major focus of his two-day tour that ended Monday was Shenzhen's efforts in accelerating the transformation of its economic growth pattern.

At Tencent Inc.,one of China's largest Internet portals, Hu Jintao learned the company's 12 thousand staff have an average age of only 27 years and that 85 percent of them have college degrees. Hu Jintao encouraged young people to innovate and contribute to the nation's Internet industry.

At the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, which is part of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, Hu Jintao learned about the recent technological breakthroughs of high-tech enterprises like car maker BYD and telecommunications equipment makers Huawei and ZTE. After observing intelligent robots and super computers, President Hu Jintao said he could "feel Shenzhen's creativity and vitality."

President Hu Jintao called for more innovation and increased use of clean energy
during a recent tour of Shenzhen in south China.

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