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Regional Capital to Purify Publication Markets



[ Xin-Hua News Inner Mongolian Channel, November 7, 2002 ] In order to purify publication markets to welcome the 16 th National People’s Congress, Huhhot City, the regional capital, held an illegal-publication-burning-on-site-event on November 7. Over 50,000 confiscated illegal books and magazines have completely been burned by the authorities.

Since this year, City Cultural Market authorities have launched a 10 months long large scale of illegal-publication-confiscating movement within the city, repeatedly conducting inspections to publication business and book stores throughout the city, confiscating many illegal books and magazines, shutting down and banning many “small, shoddy, and bad” book and magazine stores, giving strikes to the book stalls and book peddlers’ illegal management activities, basically controlling illegal publications’ circulation in the market.






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