The economic history of the Tibet A.R.

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World Bank project is a ‘death sentence’, Tibetans say
By Abid Aslam, Asia Times, 9 June 1999. The World Bank is drawing fire over its plans to fund a project to move Chinese peasants from barren hillsides to plains traditionally inhabited by minority Tibetans and Mongolians.
China's first rail line to Tibet ready within 7 years
The Straits Times, 16 December 2000. New techniques will ensure that tracks will survive the Tibetean plateau's frozen ground and earthquakes.
Tibet Expects New Upsurge in Development
Xinhua, 27 November 2001. Chinese analysts have said that southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region will have another upsurge in development as an increasing amount of money is poured into the area.