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ults ◆are based on a growth model that examines China as an import ◆destination, as well as its role in the liberalization of ser◆vice, globalization of financial markets, collaboration on gl◆obal public goods and the flow of technology and innovation.SYDNEY, March 6 (Xinhua) -- China's science and technology sector has been surging forward rapid〓ly over the past decade, according to a leading Australian scientist. Professor Andrew DV

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empste〓r, director of the Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research at the University of New So〓uth Wales told Xinhua in a recent interview that specific examples, such as the BeiDou navigati〓on satellite system, demonstrate China's strong commitment to science. "In the last few decade〓s we've seen significant advancements coming out of China," Dempster said. "For a long time GP〓S and GLONASS were the only satellite navigation 2


  1. Maggy
    September 27, 2012 at 21:55

    systems around, but now the BeiDou system comi〓ng out of China is growing very rapidly." Dempster said the satellite system, currently servin〓g the Asian region, will be ready D

    • Maggy
      September 27, 2012 at 21:55

      for global deployment soon, utilizing the BeiDou-2 and BeiDou〓-3 satellites. "It's been quite a rapid deployment, and it is very impressive the way China ha〓s gone about doing that."9

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  2. Maggy
    September 27, 2012 at 21:55

    Although satellite navigation is Dempster's area of specific experti〓se, he is well versed in space technology, and is very impressed with recent technological adva〓nces comin0


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g out of China's space sector. "A couple of things that happened last year, the one 〓that is of pW

articular interest to us, and is really a world first, is the Quantum communication〓s satellite," Dempj

ster said. "I think it may have caught some Western observers a little bit b〓y surprise that China is able to launch that experime0

nt." Dempster said the satellite, which m〓akes "perfectly secure" communications possib6