Tibet: Developing Country

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Developing Country (area) profile——Tibet
1. Basic information:
Tibet is part of China as a municipality province. It locates in the southwest frontier of China, with a total area of about 1.2M square kilometers, accounting for 1/8 of the mainland. Tibet is surrounded by the Himalaya mountains, Kunlun Mountains and the Tangela mountains. The average elevation of Tibet is 4000 meters, known as the "roof of the world". It is the largest and tallest plateau in the world. The population of agriculture and animal husbandry accounts for 80% of the population (About 3175500 accounted in the end of 2014) in the whole region. Tibet has abundant water resources, and there are more than 1500 large and small lakes in Tibet. It is the highest Lake area,
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The mineral resources of the Tibet autonomous region are also rich. At present, there are more than 90 mineral resources, more than 2000 mineral areas, and 18 kinds of mineral reserves in the top ten of China 's reserves. In recent years, it has been proved that Tibet has some rich reserves of oil and gas fields and expected to become an important energy base in China in the next century. In the past, Tibet’s economy was very backward, traffic was blocked, and there was no modern industry. The economic framework based on animal husbandry, small amounts of agriculture and handicraft industry. Benefit in Chinese government democratic reform in 1959, especially the implementation of economical opening in 1978 in China. the pace of economic construction in Tibet has been accelerating. It not only owns modern industry, transportation and communication industry, but also gets a great progress in the original agriculture, animal husbandry and commerce. Since 1994, the GDP of Tibet has maintained steady growth for a year, According to Chinese government’s main target of national economic and social development data shows that in the next five years, the GDP of Tibet…show more content…
However, compared with other parts of China, the gap between Tibet and urban areas is still outstanding.

 The human resource capital used for development needs to be improved.
From macroscopic view, the human resources capital of the Tibetan population has been greatly improved, but it cannot adapt to the rapid development of the economy. With the rapid development of Tibet 's economy, the demand for human resources capital is higher and higher. This problem has become a prominent problem that restricts the economic development of agriculture, pastoral areas, the increase of farmers and herdsmen.

6. The main problem that my policy proposal to solve is human resources

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