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which demands the quota for 2019 is 10 percent and 12 percent in 2020.
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les, China has imposed tough regulations on passenger carmakers and importers, who will
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The new draft also changes the amount of credits that a carmaker can earn by manufacturing new energy vehicles.
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ally international ones, which have been slower than Chinese ones to respond to policy changes.
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China. China has been the largest market for new energy vehicles since it overtook the United States in 2015.
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The country’s new energy vehicle sales surged 65.9 percent year-on-year to 577,000 u
nits during the January-June period, data from the China Passenger Car Association showed.
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es better technology as more efficient power consumption will earn more credits.
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humanity is served by these new innovations so we can continue to prosper,” DiChristina said.
上海千花坊The 2019 World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions was h
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Boasting the theme of “Leadership 4.0: Succeeding in a New Era of Globalization”, the forum attracted more than
1,800 business leaders, policymakers and experts from over 120 countries to participate in more than 200 sessions.
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, will invest more on innovation in China and get focused on three of its core businesses, its top management said.
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igital officer and hired someone to help us look after digital infrastructure and architecture.”
Ecolab made a multimillion-dollar investment in innovation in China. The co
上海千花坊女神会所mpany built a research and development center in Shanghai around a decade ago.
“We want more than double our business in China in the medium term,” said Wyant. “Our expectations are high for so
me reasons. One of which is the emerging middle class, so there are more opportunities for food safety.”
Ecolab, a $15 billion company in a $125 billion market, has a market share of around 11-12 percent globally.
“We see enormous opportunities here in China along with the underlying economic a
nd societal trends, such as the emerging of the middle class, water scarcity issues and the aging population, an
d our business is in line with the government’s commitment toward a more healthy and beautiful China. The ma
rket is huge and we are a good fit and well-placed to grasp the opportunities here,” said Wyant.
According to her, the company has to focus to succeed in China.
“It’s a massive country. It’s rife with opportunities, and it’s got a very aggressive and vibrant customer set, but als
o a competitive set. That’s why we say we really focus on three big opportunity areas where we think we bring a
dvantages that match China’s economic opportunities and its vision for society,” she added.
tee steady business growth. In the future, we will increase investment in AI applications in the finance and manu
facturing sector, enhance our AI technology, such as machine learning, natural language processing and deep learning, consolidate customer rela
tionships, as well as cultivate the new generation of AI talent for China,” He from SAS China said.
Since World War II, globalization came in two stages. From 1945 to roughly 1975, the United States, Western Europe, and Japan
achieved steady economic growth, with the benefits of that growth spread widely throughout the population. In F
rance, this period is called “30 glorious years” and in Germany it is known as the “economic miracle”.
The second stage of globalization started in the late 1970s and has continued until today with a process of reform and open
ing-up not only in China but in countries of the former Soviet Union and in India.
This has been great for the world. China alone has lifted more than 850 million peopl
e out of dire poverty. But it has also increased competition faced by workers and companies.
The partial globalization of 1945-1975 worked great for average workers in the West. For much of this period, a young perso
n could get a high-paying and apparently secure job in a factory that would allow him to live a middle-income lifestyle.
It’s very hard to believe now, but in 1980, the US city with the highest average wage was Flint, Michigan, followed closely by Detroi
t. Other leading cities in terms of wages were Chicago, Houston, Milwaukee, Youngstown and Cleveland – all
of which were centers of industry and manufacturing. At that time, San Jose, the center of then quite small Silicon V
alley was fourth, San Francisco sixth, and capital Washington was eighth. New York City did not make the top 10.
Many people in the US and Western Europe look back nostalgically on those 30 years aft
er WWII when artificial limits on global competition protected extremely high-paying manufacturing jo
bs. It is very sad to see only empty, rusting factories where thousands of people used to work.
It’s tempting to use tariffs or other protectionist measures to try to
retain the companies that provide these high-paying manufacturing jobs. But, most o
ften the protections just lead to unproductive companies, declining innovation, and slowing GDP growth.
With his stage adaptation of Lao She’s classic novella This Life of Mine, actor-director Fang Xu continues to celebrate the work of the renowned author, Chen Nan reports.
上海千花坊He is a low-ranking policeman, born and raised in Beijing. He has waited for years to become the head of his local police station but is replaced by a new policeman. He gets married but his wife runs away with his best friend. Soon after, he is sent to work in a small town, where he is later told that his son has died.
It’s the story of Fuhai, the protagonist of This Life of Mine, a novella by renowned Chinese writer Lao She (1899-1966), which was published in 1937.上海千花坊
The novella chronicles the life story of Fuhai which is set against the backdrop of the late Qi
ng Dynasty (1644-1911). It was adapted into a monologue of the same name by actor-director Fang上海千花坊女神会所
Xu and premiered at the Central Academy of Drama, from where Fang graduated in 2011.
Enlisting Shu Yi, the son of Lao She, as a consultant, Fang directed and performed the monologu
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To mark the 120th anniversary of Lao She’s birth this year, Fang decided to revive the
work for the stage on July 27 and 28 at the Capital Theater in Beijing following a three-year hiatus.
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ure about the idea since it was a challenge to tell a man’s life story onstage within the space of 100 minutes all on my ow
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Fuhai tells his life story in a humorous way despite all the suffering and sorrow. He is hopeful about his life, but always ends u
p disappointed. Lao She is sympathetic toward Fuhai, as well as to the suffering of many other poor people livi
ng through those chaotic years,” Fang adds. “What makes this story interesting is that it still works today. When we look ba
ck at our own lives, we, like Fuhai, try to remain positive even when bad things happen.”
After watching Fang’s monologue at its premiere at the Central Academy of Drama in 2011, Shu Yi sa
id: “It’s one of the best adaptations of my father’s works. Fang’s adaptation is loyal to the spirit of his novella.”
Born as Shu Qingchun to a Manchu family in Beijing in 1899, Lao She is best known f
or his vivid descriptions of ordinary life, especially of poor people, which reflect the social reality of the time.
His precise depictions of local hutong life sparkle with his unique sense of humor and the raw dialect of the capital.
Lao She’s novels, including Rickshaw Boy and Four Generations Under One Roof, and his plays, such as Long Xu Gou (Dra
gon Beard Ditch) and Teahouse, have earned him the reputation as a literary master worldwide.
antou town is located in southwest of Hunan province, where bamboos grow in mountains. An ancien
上海千花坊t handmade papermaking skill has been inherited in Tantou since the Sui Dynasty (581-618), whic
h made Tantou once a renowned papermaking center in Central and South China. Since 2015, Li Qiugui, 35, has been committed to inheriting the ancient craft of ha
ndmade paper from his father Li Zhijun with the papermaking techniques such as bamboo cutting, soaking, crushing, squeezing and drying. Li Qiugui wis 上海千花坊
hes that he and his father could promote their own workshop to a papermaking research institute known nationwide.
The country’s music scene is dominated by good-looking pop idols who are chart-toppers, give sold-out concerts and bathe in the adulation of screa
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However, with summer in full swing, indie bands are set to prove that the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll lives on, and some of the thanks for that can go to a
reality show, The Big Band, produced by the online streaming service iQiyi that premiered on the platform on May 25.
上海千花坊With the first group of 31 Chinese bands-both established and new-taking turns to display their songs a
nd techniques, the reality show introduces this particular indie culture, which engenders passion and zeal.
For this feature story China Daily talked with a handful of Chinese bands and people who have experienced the golden days of Chi 上海千花坊女神会所
nese rock music and who have helped indie music and bands find their own voices. They are the established B
eijing-based rock band The Face, two Chinese rock bands that combine their local dialects with rock beats: Black Head fro
上海千花坊女神会所m Xi’an, Shaanxi province, and Jiulian Zhenren from Lianping county in Guangdong province and the indie music promoter Liu Fei.
For an older generation of Chinese rock music fans, when the veteran rock band The Face appeared in the reality show they were awash in ’90s nostalgia.
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ist Ou Yang and the drummer Liu Zhong, performed a song titled Dream in the first episode of the reality show. The so
ng was released in 1994, during a period often regarded as a golden era for the Chinese rock scene.
cers and sellers of defective vaccines. Those prod
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s, while substandard vaccine makers or sellers face a fine of 10 to 30 times the value.
上海千花坊It also raises the threshold for fines, by stipulating that fake or substandard vaccines worth less than 500,000 yuan ($72,908) shall be calculated as 500,000 yuan.
Production and business operation will be suspended for rectification, and drug registration certificates or even pharmaceutical production licenses can be revoked, it said.上海千花坊女神会所
The tough punishments will exert positive impacts on the whole-process supervision of vaccines, said Jiao Hong, head of the National Medical Products Administration.
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nce on vaccine safety, Jiao said at a press conference held after the five-day legislative session closed.
An autopsy will be carried out to help determine the reason behind the death of a 3-year-old girl from Lianyungang, Jiang
上海千花坊女神会所su province, who died after receiving a rabies vaccine, the local government was quoted as saying on Tuesday.
The girl, surnamed Zhang, was scratched by the pet dog of her classmate on April 26. After about 23 hours, she received a freeze-dried rabies vaccine at a local hosp
ital. But early April 28, the girl suffered a febrile convulsion and was rushed to hospital for emergency treatment. She died later that day.
The case has attracted attention from netizens who wondered whether the death could be caused by disqualified vaccines.上海千花坊女神会所
According to The Paper, a preliminary investigation by local health authorities showed
no recipients had adverse reactions after getting vaccines from the same batch between March 11 and April 30.
The investigation also showed the hospital where she was vaccinated and the doctor involv
ed are qualified, the vaccine used was within its validity period and there is no problem found in its
cold-chain transportation. As required by the girl’s family, the hospital has kept a vaccine of the same batch as a sample to check.
n the 1,400-me上海千花坊女神会所ter-long street. The reason was not only to beat his homesickness but to restore Russian culture and lifestyle to the city.
“I did the interior design myself, from tables and chairs to wood carvings on the ceiling,” Hu
said. “Construction work took four years based on more than 2,000 design drawings.”
In addition to the oil paintings, photos, furniture and other decorations, he set the menu, with every recipe carefully considered.
In 2007, Russia Coffee & Food was rated as one of the 50 best restaurants in China by National Geographic magazine, Hu said.
Hu loves writing about the city and has finished several novels. He published his first book in
2016 and is now working on a new novel that depicts the lives of early Russian settlers in Harbin.
“I visited Russia several times in recent years, mainly in search of inspiration for my story,” he said.
in 上海千花坊女神会所the region, and local authorities must create an enabling environment for starting and doing business in the Northeast, he said.
The three provinces in the Northeast－Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang－saw GDP growt
h of 5.7, 4.5 and 4.7 percent last year, which is below the national average of 6.6 percent.
Meanwhile, the three provinces have also seen a continuous outflow of working-age citizens. In Liaoning, the number of peo
ple aged between 16 and 59 was down by 492,000 last year, according to the Liaoning Bureau of Statistics.he United Sta
tes’ trade deficit with China is not a matter of simple, objective truth. It has been brought on by actions of the US i
tself — a combination of export controls, market restrictions, competition, trade policies, currency dominance and other f
actors — officials and experts said in response to a report from the Ministry of Commerce on Thursday.