Prime Minister 上海会所品茶微信Shinzo Abe said Japan is determined to lead global economic growth at the Osaka summit by promoting free trade and innovation, achieving both economic growth and the reduction of disparities, and c ontributing to the development agenda and other global issues with the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals at its core. He said Japan will lead discussions on the supply of global commons such as quality infrastructur e and healthcare for realizing economic growth around the world, adding that ways to resolve issues suc h as climate change and the amount of plastic waste in oceans will also be discussed. Wise investmentsThe summit isRead More →

for the EU to revi上海千花坊品茶微信se up the nearer-term target – although doing so has far less support as doubts remain over how to pay for the economic shift to low- carbon technology in big employment sectors such as transport, farming and building. To achieve net-zero emissions, the bloc would have to invest an additional 175 billion to 290 billio n euros ($198 billion-327 billion) per year in clean energy technology, according to an EU projection. On the eve of the summit, Greenpeace activists projected the image of a bomb-sh aped earth ready to explode on the facade of the building, warning “time was running out”.Read More →

 minister has participated in the event.Building a community with a shared future for mankind is the right path forward and the trend of the times amid growing uncertainty and instability around the world, he said. “No approaches to regional issues should resort to military blocs, nor should they undermine the interests of others,” Wei said. He called out the United States for its military support to Taiwan and naval operations in the South China Sea, saying they have undermined China’s national sovereignty and territorial integrity. China resolutely follows the path of peaceful development and this commitment is en shrined in the constitutions of both theRead More →

Holden is positive about the future of the relationship. “Honestly, both countries need each other,” he said. “We need to be able to sell products in China. The Chinese population is wanting the goods that we can produce here. China also gives us a workforce in some of our industries, which makes them com petitive globally,” said Holden, who opened Missouri’s first trade office in China during his term from 2001 to 2005. “I think there are advantages and opportunities on both sides if we ca n get people to sit down and really look at how do we put these pieces together,” Holden said.Read More →

 authority intervention in foreign exchange markets over the past se veral months, according to the US Treasury’s semiannual foreign-exchange report to Congress. The May report summarized that China’s growth appears to be stabilizing on the back of recently enhanced supportive measures. The report expanded the number of countries it scrutinizes for curre ncy manipulation to 21 from 12. Countries with a current account surplus with the US equivalent to 2 percent of GDP were put on the watch list, compared with 3 percent of GDP before. China didn’t meet the “currency manipulator” criteria listed by the US Treasury, but Washington will continue asse ssing theRead More →

businesses in Suzhou, Zhejiang province. Things like this happen a lot now,” Wang said. “And plans to build data infrastructure, such as cloud computi ng and data centers, have been made in the integrated development of the region.” The report also surveyed AI education in China, which has started at all levels. More tha n 30 universities have opened schools on AI, and 75 established AI majors or interdisciplinary majors with AI. China’s first high school textbook on AI was published by East China Normal Universit y last year, and 40 high schools nationwide have participated in a pilot program on teaching AI to theirRead More →

As tours to Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have become increasingly popular among tourists from home and abroad, local authorities have announced a plan recently to launch as many as 100 special trains for tourists from May to October. The local railway authorities will step up cooperation with other part s of the country to boost Xinjiang’s tourism development, according to Huang Ti ngfen, deputy general manager of Xinjiang Railway Tourism Development Group. The trains will provide easier access to both the southern and northern parts of Xinjia ng, said Huang. It will also be more convenient for Xinjiang residents to travel to other parts ofRead More →

n April 2018, Shanghai police arrested eight people from Shanlin (Shanghai) Financial In formation Service Co, which was involved in illegal fundraising of more than 60 billion yuan. The company, with a registered capital of 1.2 billion yuan, adopted a physical store and online ma rketing to take public deposits. From October 2013, the company opened over 1,000 physical stores across the nation and trained its employees to sell financial products through advertising and telemarketing wit h the promise of high interest. In 2015, the company opened online financing platforms to raise money. The company’s claimed investment projects were found to have no profit ability,Read More →

 public companies are from the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong. The United States has 575 companies, the most among the 61 countries and regions involved in the ranking. Japan is third-largest contributor, with 223 companies joining in the list. This year marks the 17th release of the Global 2000 ranking since it was first published by Forbes in 2003, when the Unite d States was home to 776 companies in the list while the Chinese mainland and Hong Kong only had 43. Industry-wise, banks and diversified finance make up most of the list, with 453 companies appearing on it, followed by tech ind ustry andRead More →

China said late on Monday that it will increase tariffs on the bulk of $60 billion of US imports to three categories of rates between 10% and 25%. For the rest of the $60 billion US imports, the duty rate will remains at 5 percent. The tariffs will hit around 5,000 products and will take effect on June 1. It is China’s latest response to the additional US tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese goods, which were implemented on Friday morning. The move fully demonstrates Beijing’s firm determination to defend its due interest s and legitimate rights in international trade and economic cooperation, according toRead More →