Month: May 2019

31 May

Multiple channels needed to keep job market healthy

The Chinese government has accorded priority to achieving stable and expanding employment among its six stabilization tasks. The importance of stable employment has also been highligh ted in this year’s Government Work Report. And the State Council, China’s Cabinet, recently established the Emp loyment Work Leading Group headed by Vice-Premier Hu Chunhua to deal with
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30 May

The country will allow overseas investors to trade more

types of onshore commodity futures contracts without registering a Chinese entity, and will continuously improve the relate d rules, Lu Dongsheng, an official with the China Securities Regulatory Commission, told a forum on Tuesday Lu also announced other measures to develop China’s commodity fut ures market, such as accelerating the launch of ricThe Shanghai Futures
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29 May

Besides electrified vehicles, Volkswagen and JAC have

also partnered with local authorities in Hefei to test autonomous driving technologies, including robotaxis and autonomous fleet management, and on-de mand mobility services, like ride hailing and car sharing, but none of the parties revealed the details. Kong Xuanyou, vice-foreign minister and special representative of the Chinese government on Korean Peninsula affairs, will take up
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29 May

Speaking at a regular news conference, Lu said the US sid

de has made various remarks about trade negotiations, with some saying the agreement w ill come out soon while others saying it’s still difficult to reach an agreement, from time to time. China’s position has been consistent, Lu said. “The trade frictions should be resolved through friendly con sultations and negotiations, which must be based
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29 May

hile the United Kingdom remains deeply divided over Br

ded over Brexit, most agree that it will shape the future of the United Kingdom for generations to come. Pro-Europeans fear Brexit will undermine London’s position as one of the world’s top two financial capitals and weake n the West as it grapples with Donald Trump’s unpredictable US presidency and growing assertiveness from Russia and
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29 May

hile the United Kingdom remains deeply divided over Br

ded over Brexit, most agree that it will shape the future of the United Kingdom for generations to come. Pro-Europeans fear Brexit will undermine London’s position as one of the world’s top two financial capitals and weake n the West as it grapples with Donald Trump’s unpredictable US presidency and growing assertiveness from Russia and
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