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(KSL News) -- A delegation of about 60 government officials from China has come to Utah. They're here to learn about local government in the United States.
Utah was apparently chosen because of its reputation as a financially well-managed state.
The visit is part of the China Leaders in Development program, which is partially sponsored by Harvard University. The program is in its second year.
It runs 11 weeks, during which time the leaders from China study public management strategies and improve their analytical skills.
While they are in Utah, the Chinese leaders will visit Temple Square, Olympic Park, the Summit County dairy farm, and Park City.