i上海乌托邦ng-up in its coastal and border areas so that it could take a leading role in cooperation with countries in Northeast Asia. He noted that the new round of efforts to revitalize the Northeast has seen po sitive progress, and now is a crucial period for promoting economic transformation in the region. It is also a period that will see key problems in the region, he said. It is also important for the region to maintain stable economic perfor mance, speed up the replacement of old growth engines with new ones and make pro active efforts to enable the inflow of industries transferred from otherRead More →

 education and traffic violation record, among others, while enterp rises can apply for certain licenses and certificates online via the mini-program. The mini-program is also connected with local government online ser vice platforms in several provinces including Guangdong and Zhejiang, while more l cal e-government services will be connected in the future, the statement said. E-government services via apps and mini-programs are increasingly popular in China am id national and local efforts to cut administrative red tape to benefit residents and businesses alike. A total of 30 provincial-level regions have established integrated e-government plat forms that incorporate the services of provincial, city and county governments,Read More →

icorn” was first used by venture capitalist Aileen Lee six years ago to describe a privately held startups valued at $1 billio n or more, the number of companies matching this label has mushroomed to 326, according to a report. The United States is home to 156 unicorns, nearly half of the world’s total, followed by China with 94 unicorns, Jeff Desj ardins, editor-in-chief of media site Visual Capitalist, said in a report called Visualizing the Unicorn Landscape in 2019. The total valuation of the 326 unicorns has been raised to $1.1 trillio n by investors, of which almost 30 percent is made up byRead More →

eached 662,100 in 2018, 53,700 more than that in 2017, the ministry said in March. Among those, 65,800 were sponsored by public funding while 596,300 were self-funded. A pilot zone for the medical sector’s opening-up will be established in th e port city of Fangchenggang, South China’s Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, ac cording to a declaration published on the First International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum. The Fangchenggang Declaration of International Medical Innovation and Cooperation Forum has been made by over 1,0 00 participants from 21 countries or organizations as the outcomes of the forum that ended last week. The establishment of the “International MedicalRead More →

portant stabilizing factor, he said. China’s research and devel opment spending ranks second in the world, acc ounting for around 2.18 percent of its GDP, while emerging strategic industries, th e sharing economy and other new growth engines are also seeing continuous expansion. The strong leadership of the Communist Party of China and the solid material and technological foundation built through dec ades of rapid development in the era of reform and opening-up will also help shore up economic growth, he said. He added that China also has enormous resilience, potential and flexi bility in development, deep experience in ma croeconomic regulation and ample spaceRead More →

30n Monday, the Chinese government warned students to be aware of po ssible visa restrictions or even rejection if they want to study in the United States. For a period of time, some Chinese who want to pursue their studies in the US have encounte red visa problems, including a longer waiting time for visas to be issued, a shortened term of visa va lidity and a rising rate of visa applications being rejected, according to the Ministry of Education. Such problems are exerting negative influence on Chinese w ho plan to study or are studying in the US, the ministry added. The ministry suggestedRead More →

inese-imposed tariffs on our exporters – that’s a huge problem first for our growers, and companies in ou r aerospace supply chain, and definitely our fish and seafood – they’ve been affected by Chinese tariffs,” said Habib. With the Trump administration gradually imposing 25 percent tariffs on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports over the past year, China has already retaliated with t ariffs on $110 billion worth of US products, and has planned a tariff hike on $60 billion worth of US goods on June 1. “Because of the tariff discussion going on in Washi ngton DC, a lot of the farm community isRead More →

l level. Because in that fashion, by building these relationsh ips now, hopefully we get a more stable relationship nationally going forward China’s National Supercomputing Center in the South China ci ty of Shenzhen on Friday launched a testbed for artificial intelligence experiments. The AI testbed, named Tai, provides the basic environment of AI chi ps and systems for the research, development and application tests of AI inventions. Tai is capable of dealing with large-scale and complex scenarios. Scientists have built an EB-level intelligent data management and analysis system for high-energy physics, as well as si mulation of AI scenarios in real business situations andRead More →

 increase from 10.5 percent to 15.7 percent over the same period last year. Huawei’s smartphone sales grew in all regions and the company did particularly well in the European market, with sales up 69 percent. Apple ranked third on the list with sales declining to 44.56 million and market share down to 11.9 percent in the first quarter of 2019. China’s smartphone vendors OPPO and Vivo ranked fourth and fifth, respectively, on th e list released by Gartner, indicating a 2.7 percent decline in global smartphone sales in the first quarter of this year. According to another market research firm IDC, shipments by Huawei increasedRead More →

ed by 8.4 percentage points, as the global financial crisis caused demands to fall drastically. It i s possible that the Sino-US trade dispute could have a similar impact on the job market. So the government should implement an expansionary macroeconomic policy to create a loose em ployment environment and better implement social security measures to cope with frictional u nemployment and the structural employment problem of college graduates. To offset the possible negative impact of the Sino-US trade dispute on college graduates’ employment, the government sho uld also expand post-graduate enrollment, increase internships for unemployed college graduates and imp lement favorable policies to easeRead More →