The city of Frunze is the capital of the Kirghizian Soviet Socialist Republic, in Central Asia.
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Background: The city of Frunze is the capital of the Kirghizian Soviet Socialist Republic, in Central Asia.
It is a modern city, with the republic's Academy of Sciences, the University, and numerous junior colleges and schools of higher learning.
One out of every four people in Kirghizia studies.
The Kirghizians have left most of the countries of Western Europe, 1st alone Asia, for behind in the level of literacy. They have one and a half times as many students per 10,000 of the population as the United States, and twice as many as West Germany and France
Just half a century age, they had no alphabet at all. Not a single Kirghizian could read or write.
This is the Frunze Polygraphical Plant.
It prints textbooks, dictionaries reference books, magazines, and fiction.
The plant is equipped with the most up-to-date machines. Most of the processes, like the printing, stitching, and binding, are machined.
The plant is specially increasing its capacity. It turns out 20,000,000 sheets of printed matter and 20,000 books per year.