February 4, 2000

Some Beijing universities will soon be allowed to commercialise dormitory development and management, taking dormitory buildings completely out of university and

college control. Last year, the Beijing

Municipal Education Commission vowed to double the number of students in Beijing-based universities and colleges within six years, raising the number to half a million, but found the goal impossible to achieve because of a shortage of dormitory buildings.

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