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Tutoring industry: becoming non-profit before the end of the year

The Ministry of Education has set a deadline for China’s tutoring industry. By the end of the year, institutions offering curriculum-related tutoring must have registered as non-profit organizations (China.Table reported). The measure comes in the wake of orders issued by Beijing’s education commission in August to several executives of tutoring providers to revise their business models, according to business magazine Caixin. According to the report, education-related companies should switch to tutoring for high schools, vocational training, lifelong education and other fields.

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