lent and profes上海品茶微信女神会所sionals in short supply will receive subsidies from the Guangdong provincial and Shenzhen city governments to offset the differential. Companies have to review their pay scales However, companies operating on the mainland also need to review their pay scales. Internatio nally, employers offer higher salaries, on average, compared with those offered on the mainland. Second, policies are being introduced to encourage freer flow of people across the region. Which will ease visa and travel concerns for multinational companies’ emp loyees, and provide more cross-regional opportunities for skilled employees willing to embrace a pan-GBA persp ective. Senior executives in the tech sector can liveRead More →

promoting the application of e-buses, by supporting technology innovation, improving fiscal and taxation policies, enhancing infrastructure construction, as well as reinforcing fund supervision. “It is estimated that in the future, China’s e-bus market will transform to a more market-driven pattern, instead of policy-driv en. The market will shift from an incremental market to a stock market, maintaining steady growth,” he said. Bloomberg New Energy Finance estimates that EVs will attain price parity by the mid 2020s, as lithium battery pric es have been falling. From 2010 to 2018, lithium battery prices dropped by over 85 percent, with an annual average decl ine rate of 20Read More →

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, called on Wednesday for further efforts to prevent and eliminate major problems in the nation’s reform and development against the backdrop that uncertainties and instabilities are on the rise. Xi, also Chinese president and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks whil e presiding over a key meeting of the Central Committee for Deepening Overall Reform. He is the director of the committee. Saying China is facing profound changes in its reform and development against the backdro p of increasing external uncertain and unstable factors, Xi said the country must maintainRead More →

counting for about 80 percent of global supply. However, the country’s rare-earth industry is faced with such pro blems as rapidly decreasing inventory, inefficient production and environmental pollution. Analysts also said that the low prices of China’s exports have failed to reflect the real value of the precious resource. The division of labor of the global rare-earth industry should be coo rdinated in accordance with the principle of opening-up and sharing, the NDRC said. While the country prioritizes the domestic use of rare-earth meta ls, it is willing to see its exports help drive the development of global industries, it said. www.gzbbcl.comRead More →

championships,” said Guan, also President of the Chinese Taekwondo Federation. “This is the first time I have seen such kind of thing.” Zheng, who had beaten Walkden three times in a row, took a dominant lead of 20-10 in the closin g stages of the women’s over 73km category final, but the referee disqualified Zheng alleging she had committed 10 fouls during the bout. Wakden then secured her third successive world taekwondo title by the referee’s punitive declaration. “Our athlete has worked very hard for this gold medal and it was taken away so easily by the referee. This is very dirty.” Guan said thatRead More →

anges to improve the experience and effectiveness of customs officers, Jin said. China will continue to conduct joint law enforcement operations with other countries targeti ng IPR violations, including Russia and the US. Customs officials of the EU, Japan and South Kore a have responded positively to China’s proposal for law enforcement operations, he said. “We have been encouraging domestic and overseas enterprises to conduct exchanges on t echnology and protecting the lawful intellectual property rights of overseas enterprises in China,” Jin said. “We a lso want other countries to intensify IPR protections for Chinese enterprises on their soil.” Jin made the comments at aRead More →

 National Health Commission should monitor all gene-editing centers and IVF clinics in China to ensure trials are in line with regulations. A national registry dedicated to clinical trials involving cell technologies should be established to pro mote greater transparency, they said, so that before a trial begins scientists would need to pass an ethics review and provide a list of names of all participating scientists and institutions. Universities and research institutes should strengthen education and training in bioethics and scientific and medical professionalism, covering research sci entists and students of science, medicine and the humanities at all levels, they said. In addition, more efforts shouldRead More →

Health authorities will redouble their efforts to train nurses in eldercare as the proportion of older people in the pop ulation expands and tens of millions of people struggle with disabilities, a senior health official said on Wednesday. Jiao Yahui, deputy chief of medical administration and supervision at the National He alth Commission, said there are not enough nurses to cope with the growing needs of the country’s elderly. A regulation on the training of healthcare workers and standards of service is being drafted. It i s expected to boost the number of nurse’s aides, Jiao said ahead of International Nurses Day on Sunday. TheRead More →

China will further cut the number of items requiring certificatio n and refine the procedures through institutional inno vation to improve government services and foster a more enabling business environment. The decision was made at the State Council’s executive meeting, chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Sunday. Participants at the meeting agreed that the government’s efforts in recent years to repeal unwarranted certification requ irements and deepen the reform of government functions have produced notable results. “These are crucial steps benefiting both companies and individuals ,” Li said. “At a time when the economy still faces uncertainties, removing these unjustified cer tification requirements will helpRead More →

With Chairman Mao Zedong proclaiming the founding of the People’s Republic of China on Oct 1, 1949, the Chinese people began leaving behind a century of colonial humiliation and building a new life. What remains poorly understood by the wider world even seven decades later is how dire were the conditions in China during those days. While China sustained its triumph, Chinese people’s living stan dard 70 years ago was barely 5 percent relative to their counterparts in the United States. It was a dire starting point. Transitions that raised China’s living standard In the late 1970s, Deng Xiaoping introduced “reform and opening-up” policies andRead More →