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ic and trade consultations, with a goal of implementing the consensuses President Xi Jinping and US President Donald Trump r
eached in December, said Xue Rongjiu, deputy director of the China Society for WTO Studies in Beijing.
China has made various moves recently to expand the new round of reform and opening-up — such as the approval of the Foreign Investm
in March and further facilitating trade connectivity under the Belt and Road Initiative. It will cont inue opening its market in a proactive, steady and orderly manner, in accordance with its own development ne
eds and its own pace and timetable, to benefit Chinese and global consumers across the world, said Tu Xinquan, a pro
fessor of international trade at the Univer
sity of International Business and Economics in Beijing. James Collins, CEO of Corteva Agriscience, the agricultural division of US-bas
Pont, said he hopes the two countries will reach a positive resolution, to benefit both countries and the re st of the
world. Collins said his firm was “not so much affected” in the short term by China-US trade tensions.
ld correct our mistakes when we have made any and guard against them when we have not.
should address young people’s concerns in employment, starting business, integrating into the society, love, marriage and making friends, carin
g for the elderly and raising children, so as to cre
ate favorable conditions for their development. We should educate and guide young people to view the world pr
operly, to understand the national conditio
ns comprehensively, and to grasp the trend of the era.
Communist Youth League asked to mobilize youth for Chinese Dream The Communist Youth League of China (CYLC) shall unite and lead Chi
nese youth of the new era to strive for the Chinese D
ream of national rejuvenation. The CYLC should serve their duties of guiding and uniting the youth, mobilizing them, connecting them and providing services.
Youth urged to have concerns for humanityThe Chinese youth should work for the building of a community with a shared future for humanity.
ent of the Belt and Road Initiative, are boosted by China and Azerbaijan
via linking people of the two countries in cultural ex
change, education, human itarian dialogue and tourism cooperation. China and Azerbaijan signed a m
emorandum of understanding to stim ulate tourism between the two countries. “Data from 2018 shows 15,000 Chinese tourists visited Azerbaijan last year, w
hich is not enough of course, and we aim to do mor
e to attract more visitors in the coming years,” Hajiyev said. He also highlighted education exchanges between the two countries, as China has sent students to study language in Azerba
ijan and viceAs Azerbaijan has a favorable political and geographic location
, the country aims to become a tran sport hub connecting Europe and Asia under the framework of the Belt and Road Initiative. “The point of the transp
ortation network is to integrate it with the original countries,” Hajiyev said, adding Azerbaijan has built a network of transp
ortation including seaports, airports, railways and land roads.-versa. “We are looking forward to increase the numb
er of (students) because we see they can play the role of a humanitarian bridge between our countries.”
last year. Every day, an average of 5.5 million people use the nation’
s high-speed trains, accounting for nearly 60 percent
of daily users of the country’s rail network. The State-owned rail car manufacturer CRRC Co
rp, the world’s largest train maker, had sta rted developing a new-generation of bullet train that will operate at 400 kilometers per hour.
A preliminary report issued on Thursday by Ethio
pian officials found that a malfunctioning sensor sent incorrect inform ation to a Boeing 737 Max 8 jetliner, triggering an anti-stall system that began a chain of events that ended with th
e plane nose-diving into the ground, killing 1
57 people on March 10, the Associated Press reported. Boeing has acknowledged that the sensor malfunctioned in the Ethiopian Airlines 737
Max jetliner, triggering the anti-stall system when it was not needed, the AP reported.
In addition, CRRC is designing two types of maglev trains-a 600 km/h high-speed version and a 200 km/h medium-speed ver
sion. Designers said the company expects to put them into service sometime around 2021.
of 8 kilometers, and each of its shells can scatter dry extinguishing agents over about 20 squa
re meters. The gun features high mobility and ac
curacy, and is suitable for suppressing big fires, it said. This is not the first time Norinco, the country’s largest arms producer for land weapons, has enter
ed the rea
lm of firefighting. Before the gun, the company had developed and sold a series of firefighting tanks. With the chassis and armor of a combat tank, the vehicles can protect crew members from fire, explosions and bui
lding collapses, and can cross half-meter-high obstac
les or 2-meter-wide trenches. They have automatic spray dev ices and fireproof coatings that can keep scorching heat out of the vehicles’ interiors.
The tanks can get closer to the scene than a fire engine for search-and-rescue missions, Norinco said.
0-horsepower diesel engines and equipped with hydraulic devices , the tanks can clear away obstacles weighing up to 15 metric tons. Their metal tracks allo
w them to operate on slopes, in rocky terrain and in the debris of collapsed buildings.
rn plateau in 2015 from Jiangsu, whose students regularly post some of the best exam result
s in China. Some members of the original teachin
g group have left and been replaced by new arrivals. As experts in teaching methods and education theory, they we
re keen to bring their experience and knowledge to Tibet, where education was once exclusive to the ar
istocracy. Their efforts are paying off, as both stu
dents and local teachers are benefiting from their presence. The school, a secondary boarding establishment, was establ
ished by the Jiangsu government in 2014 with an investment of 263 million yuan ($39 million).
It is home
to 2,890 students, more than 90 percent of whom are Tibetan, and the 316 teachers provide 63 classes. Exc uding the 47 educators from Jiangsu, the teachers are locals of both Han and Tibetan ethnicity.
nts, from juniors to seniors, said the Jiangsu teachers ar e more patient and softer-tempered than those at their old schools and the classes are more interesting.