There are signs that the central government will not cha

ange its resolution to control house prices, Zhang said, adding that in the future the real estate market will continue to crack down on speculation. On May 11, Suzhou tightened housing policies further, China Daily ea rlier reported. The down payment ratio for a family’s first home purchase has been rais ed from 20 percent … Read moreThere are signs that the central government will not cha

Asked whether China will retaliate by targeting certain US co

 companies, Lu said that as for foreign enterprises operating in Chi na, there is no need for them to worry as long as their businesses are law-abiding. S President Donald Trump issued an executive order on Wednesd ay in which he declared a national economic emergency and banned the technology and services of “foreign adversaries” … Read moreAsked whether China will retaliate by targeting certain US co

Trade agreements can affect the types of goods being

traded and they can redirect trade toward one country, away from others. They cannot directly affect any country’s worldwide current account balance. A count ry that saves less than it invests will have to borrow foreign funds to import foreign goods to make up that difference. There are two ways to reduce the US trade … Read moreTrade agreements can affect the types of goods being

With the 1,000-day countdown celebration comes a ne

ew stage of preparation for the Games,” said Chen Jining, mayor of Beijin g and executive president of the 2022 Winter Olympics Organizing Committee. “We will end eavor to deliver a fantastic, extraordinary and excellent Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.” The 1,000-day countdown — launched near the iconic Bird’s Nest and the Water Cube, both … Read moreWith the 1,000-day countdown celebration comes a ne

The disabled, whether fully or partial, will be the priori

ity in nursing services,” Jiao said. “We will release a detailed standard for evaluating nursing services for the disab led elderly population, including psychological needs, so the services will aim precisely at those most in need,” she said. Xi Huan, vice-president of Beijing Hospital, said major medical institutions need to m ake more efforts to … Read moreThe disabled, whether fully or partial, will be the priori

The company will consider adding employees, resear

rch and field development resources to expand in the Chinese market over the coming years, he said. Ministry of Commerce spokesman Gao Feng said last month that the t wo countries’ negotiating teams are hashing out the text of a deal, including an enfo rcement mechanism, based on mutual respect and benefit. Both countries, the … Read moreThe company will consider adding employees, resear

We should extract the essence of Chinese traditional cult

ulture, which has contemporary value and relevance to the modern world, and show it. In this way we can on the one hand tell the world how and why China is what it is, and on the other have Chinese and other civilizations create benefits for mankind. It is hoped that the Conference on Dialogue … Read moreWe should extract the essence of Chinese traditional cult

Guests share thoughts on president’s speech

What impressed me most is that President Xi highlighted the importance of sustainable d evelopment. The hosting of the Horticultural Expo is the best chance to raise people’s attention to the conce pt of sustainability, both in China and around the world.President Xi outlined his commitment to open and gre en development as well as … Read moreGuests share thoughts on president’s speech

Before the drug was available on the Chinese mai

nland, there was little effective therapy for the disease, and patients depended mainly on treat ment such as respiratory and nutrition supports, said Xiong Hui, Beijing Medical Association rare disease c ommittee member and Peking University First Hospital deputy director of pediatrics. Spinraza debuted on the Chinese mainland having been fast-tracked through the marke t … Read moreBefore the drug was available on the Chinese mai

Chris Rowley, a visiting professor from Oxford Unive

rsity’s Kellogg College in England, called opening to more foreign investment a very important development. “Of course this will expose both inward investors and indigenous organiza tions to some stark differences in management and doing business between them, which in tu rn requires more globally effective leaders who are less ethnocentric and more culturally aware,” … Read moreChris Rowley, a visiting professor from Oxford Unive