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Feb 14: Achievements made in disaster relief work
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FROM:  The State Council Information Office

SUBJECT:  Issues on main response and major achievements made in the previous work on disaster relief and market supply guarantee for the Extreme-serious Snowing and Rain-fall weather as well as the future focus and major measures.

WHEN:  10: 00 AM, Friday, February 14, 2008

WHERE:  Briefing Hall of the State Council Information Office, 225, Chao Yang Men Nei Da Jie, Beijing, China

WHO:  Mr. Li Liguo, Commander of the Disaster Relief and Market Guarantee Command under the State Council Emergency Management and Disaster Relief Command Center and Vice Minister of Civil Affairs, and Mr. Huang Hai, Assistant Minister of Ministry of Commerce, Mr. You Mingchun, Deputy Director General of the Department of Social Security of Ministry of Finance, Ms. Zhang Yuxiang, Chief Economist and Director General of the Department of Market and Economic Information of Ministry of Agriculture and Mr. Liang Dongming, Deputy Director of the Health Emergency Office of Ministry of the Health.   

CONTACT:  86-10-65592311

NOTE:  Please take the press card issued by the State Council Information Office and wear the card during the press conference. To raise the efficiency of the press conference, any questions concerned on the topic are warmly welcome to (E-mail) or 86-10-65592311 (Fax).

( February 13, 2008)

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