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  • "In 2011, we expect to spend over $1 billion in raw material, marine freight, operational and capital goods in China," says Scott Singer, Rio Tinto's global head of procurement, at a signing ceremony with the State-owned Xiangtan Electric Manufacturing Corporation, one of the first lucky customers on the receiving end of a big order from Rio Tinto.

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  • Total new orders rose, including the supply of gas turbines for a GS Electric power plant in South Korea , a rolling mill for Chinese steelmaker Xiangtan Iron, a wellhead compression solution for Russia 's Technogarant and transmission technology for power grids in Brazil and

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  • A former philosophy student, he left his job in the human resources department of his alma mater, Xiangtan University, in 1992.

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  • Total new orders rose, including the supply of gas turbines for a GS Electric power plant in South Korea , a rolling mill for Chinese steelmaker Xiangtan Iron, a wellhead compression solution for Russia 's Technogarant and transmission technology for power grids in Brazil and

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  • Tang Jieqing, the vice director of the Xiangtan Stomatological Hospital, who has studied the area's binglang habits for more than 10 years, believes that rates of mouth diseases like oral submucous fibrosis are higher in Xiangtan than elsewhere in China, and he wants the government to publicize binglang's health risks.

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  • "Binglang has helped Xiangtan make a name for itself," said Li Lihua, 60, a veteran chewer of 40 years who sells bags of binglang for 75 cents each.

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  • "So whenever I come back to Xiangtan I chew as much as I can."

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  • Tea house owner Xia Yu, 37, hopes to travel from the port of Xiangtan in Hunan province to

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  • China's economic reforms of the early 1980s, Xiangtan began turning the pastime into profit, and these days processes more than 700 tons each year, according to the Hunan Binglang

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  • Local medical experts have long been nudging the Xiangtan government to make binglang safer.

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