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Inner Mongolia Education Press

Inner Mongolia Education Press
Chinese name
Chinese 內蒙古教育出版社
Mongolian name
Mongolian Öbür mongγul-un surγan kümüǰil-ün keblel-ün qoriy-a

The Inner Mongolia Education Press (IMEP) is a publishing company in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region of the People's Republic of China. They were established in 1960. They publish roughly 2,000 items per year, including translations of Japanese, Russian, English, and other foreign-language works, as well as two periodicals in Mongolian.[1] They work with the Mongolian Language Educational Materials Editing Office for Schools and Universities (大中专蒙古文教材编审办公室) to print and publish roughly 235,000 copies of 500 editions of Mongolian-language educational materials, which are distributed and used in schools in eight different provinces in China.[2]

See also


  1. ^ "内蒙古教育出版社建社45周年 莫建成出席庆典/IMEP holds 45th birthday celebration; Mo Jiancheng attends ceremony", Nei Menggu Xinwen, 2005-07-30, retrieved 2009-12-16 
  2. ^ "内蒙古自治区民族教育协作工作成效显著/Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region's cooperation in ethnic educational work shows results", Xinhua News, 2008-09-02, retrieved 2009-12-16 

External links

  • Official website
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