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wth, and the country’s economic fundamentals will remain p
ositive in the long run, President Xi Jinping said in a written interview with Russian media.娱乐地图女神会所
娱乐地图On the eve of his state visit to Russia, Xi told TASS Russian News Agency and the Rossiyskaya Gazeta newspaper on Tues
day that China has all the necessary conditions, capability and confidence to deal with any risks or challenges.
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The development of energy-saving and environmental protection industries will receive mo
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Li also called for more efforts to strengthen pollution treatment facilities, and he undersco
red the importance of using pricing, taxation and green finance policies to bring about better results.
t娱乐地图女神会所The premier also called for efforts to refine laws and regulations in pollution control.
President Xi Jinping and former US president Barack Obama announced in a joint statem
ent during a meeting in Beijing in November 2014 that the two countries would reduce greenhouse gas output. China vowt娱乐地图
ed to put a peak on its carbon dioxide emissions by around 2030, while the US pled
ged to bring national emissions to at least 26 percent below their 2005 levels by 2025.
The pledges were also part of each country’s national commitments related to the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
the percentage of adult smokers to 20 percent by 2030, we have a lot of work to do,” he said.
The biggest obstacle to tobacco control in China is the powerful toba
cco industry, which is one of the biggest tax contributors to the government, he said.
Despite an increasing number of cities having local regulations on tobacco control,
national legislation is still lacking, due to causes including influence from the industry, he said.
“Only a few big cities, such as Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen h
ave strict tobacco control regulations and law enforcement, but in most areas in China suc
h regulations are absent,” he said. “The prevalence of tobacco has caused serious health conseque
anies and fund managers entering the market, and assisting in formulating the Futures Law.
“As prices of bulk commodities fluctuated frequently and shar
ply in recent years, the real economy has a huge demand for risk management,” Lu said, str
essing the importance of accelerating the development of the futures market amid uncertainties.
China stepped up efforts to open up the commodity futures mar
ket last year, making three futures contracts available to f
oreign investors so far, including crude oil, iron ore and purified ter
ephthalic acid (PTA), a raw material for making plastics.
for more than 60 years and stayed true to his original aspirations. As a s
oldier, Zhang defended the country; as a civilian, he works for the people’s well-being, Xi said.
Zhang lives a life of simplicity, purity and indifference to fame and fortune, serving as a role
model for military officers, rank-and-file soldiers and veterans across the country, Xi said.
Zhang, a member of the CPC, was a soldier of Brigade 359 of the Northwest Field Ar
my, one of the main forces of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army during the Liberation War between 1945 and 1949.
He was honored by the Northwest Field Army sever
al times for performing meritorious deeds as he braved enemy fire. He was twice given the honorary title of C
onal discussion among the people of
Hong Kong, the city will eventually reach a consensus and any doubts over the issue will be dispelled.
Han, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Comm
ittee, hoped that all sectors in Hong Kong will work together to safeguard the image of the city’s rule of law.
The SAR government proposed to amend its Fugitive Offenders Ordinance and Mutual Legal Assista
nce in Criminal Matters Ordinance in March. The proposed amendments will allow Hong Kon
g to surrender fugitive offenders to jurisdictions with which it does not currently have extradition arrangements on
a case-by-case basis, with prior approval from the chief executive before an application is submitted to the courts.
Degree holders turn their backs on mega cities for better lifestyle choices
The population of college graduates is projected to reach a record high this year, turning an
already tough job market into a pressure cooker and intensifying the scramble for talent nationwide.
To many new graduates, mega cities such as Beijing, Shanghai and Guangzhou, Guangdong province, are less attractive beca
use of their high cost of living and greater peer pressure in the job market. And so the graduates are looking elsewhere.
The trend is changing the employment landscape in China, but it’s good news for sec
ond- and third-tier cities. The mega cities’ loss could be their gain in the brain drain game.
ary as chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, a position he kept for three years before being replaced by Yi Huiman.
The central commission said in the statement that Liu is cooperating with the probe.
hina’s housing regulator has warned four Chinese cities over price rises in the past three months, the Economic Observer reported.
Local governments of Foshan, Suzhou, Dalian and Nanning were urged by the Ministr
y of Housing and Urban-Rural Development to stabilize land and housing prices as well as market expectations.
This came a month after six other cities were also warned over similar reasons on April 19.
essure, and psychological experts say that thinking of nothing is a mental
adjustment for people, which is
good for health as it can reduce the risk
of anxiety and depression by 25 percent, according to Workers’ Daily.
If people can’t manage their emotions effectively under high pressure, it will
harm their family life, work and social life, experts say.
The suggestion sparked reaction from netizens, with Sina Weibo user
Happy little witch123 asking, “Is it ok if I
accumulate the daily five minutes and me
ditate a hour on one day?” A WeChat user named yuenyuen said, “I’m not
bragging but I can meditate for a whole day.”
Just 20 days after the opening of a
museum of broken relationships in Taiyuan, capit
al of North China’s Shanxi province, its owner joked that it was turning into a blind date site, thecover.cn reported.
Since it opened to the public on April 25, the museum has received 500 visitors every day, aged between 16 and 25.
More efforts are needed to make breakthroughs in core technologies, advance infor
mation infrastructure construction and provide further impetus to the digital transformation of ind
ustries, said a senior official at the Second Digital China Summit, which opened in Fuzhou, Fujian province, on Monday.
Huang Kunming, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and head of the Pu
blicity Department of the CPC Central Committee, called for more work to accelerate the research and de
velopment of 5G, as well as promote the building and application of the Beidou Navigation Satellite System.
Huang said achieving breakthroughs in core technologies should be the top pri
ority, with innovation fully pursued and intellectual property rights better protected.
Russia’s Investigative Committee says 41 people died in fiery airliner accident at Moscow airport.