ible missile deployment 阿拉爱上海ncerns in Asia-Pacif

Possible missile deployment raising concerns in Asia-Pacific, Beijing says The United States’ intention to deploy new missiles in the Asia-Pacific region has raised co 阿拉爱上海 ncerns, and China will take countermeasures if necessary, the Foreign Ministry and experts said.  阿拉爱上海女神会所Hua Chunying, a spokeswoman for the Foreign Ministry, said China will not “sit idly by” and wat ch its interests being compromised if the US deploys intermediate-range missiles in the region. She said China “will not allow any country to stir up trouble on 阿拉爱上海 our doorstep” and “will take all necessary measures to safeguard nati onal security interests” in a statement published …

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noted that China and Brazil are the biggest developin

oping countries in the Eastern and Western hemispheres, and both are important emergi ng markets. The two countries have a common wish and great potential for development, he said, ad ding that both countries are important forces for promoting a multilateral world. Since the establishment of diplomatic ties 45 years ago, relations between China and Brazil have achieved fruitful outcomes, Xi said. The president said it is a critical period for the two countries, and they s hould forge ahead, and each side should deem the other as a partner for development. Xi called on the two countries to respect, …

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Xi, also general secretary of the CPC Central Committ

mittee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, laid a floral basket at a monument on Monday marking the departure of the Long March. At a museum marking the start of the Long March, Xi spoke with nine representati ves of descendants of Red Army soldiers and relatives of revolutionary martyrs. The People’s Republic of China was founded at the cost of the blood of numerous revoluti onary martyrs, Xi said, adding that the CPC and the Red Army, upholding lofty revolutionary id eals, had brought about incredible achievements after repeatedly surviving desperate situations during the Long March. Xi called …

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The move fully demonstrates Beijing’s firm determinati

on to defend its due interests and legitimate rights in international trade and economic cooperation, according to analysts. The US has totally ignored the fact that China has been eager to resolve trade and economic issues through high-level official ta lks and pledged to further expand market access for global businesses, said Liang Ming, a senior resea rcher at the Chinese Academy of International Trade and Economic Cooperation. China has emphasized that the US should not use the tariff method. That is not just for China’s benefit; it is the rational choice a ny country would make when facing unreasonable …

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In recent years, sales in many sectors in lower-tier cit

ities have grown more quickly than in big cities, including clothing, food, beverages and home appliances, Chen added. During Spring Festival in February, small-town youths in third- an d lower-tier cities outperformed their peers in bigger centers of population in consu mption across major e-commerce platforms, including the number of orders placed and the range of products bought. In third- and fourth-tier cities, total online spending during Spring Festival rose by 55 percent year-on-year, comp ared with 51 percent in first-tier metropolises. Spending by small-town youths on beauty products rose by 7.8 perc ent year-on-year, compared with a 5.4 percent …

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Scientists said the research, also published in Nature

could open up new prospects for medical research.Huawei’s Ren named China’s most influential business leader The 74-year-old Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei Technologies, is the most influentia l business leader in China, according to the latest ranking released by business magazine Fortune’s Chinese edition. Pony Ma Huateng, founder and CEO of tech giant Tencent, came i n second followed by Chen Dongsheng, founder, chairman and CE O of Taikang Insurance Group. Alibaba chairman Jack Ma grabbed fourth place this year. These business leaders’ values were not only reflected in the successful m oments of their companies, but also, …

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And it is not just small independent record stores

 that have struggled to stay afloat.In the 1990s China Record Group Co Ltd, the biggest and oldest re cord company in the country, sold about 10 million records, such as pop, folk, and classical music by Chinese singers and orchestras, says Hou Jun, the company’s vice-president. In the early 2000s the number dropped to no more than 10,000 copies, and the huge change in the way music was consumed led to many Chinese record companies folding. In the late 1990s China Record Group Co Ltd closed down its last vinyl prod uction line because of the decline of the market …

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Tujia sees rich pickings from overseas tourss try local dis

Tujia.com, a Chinese online platform for booking shared accommoda tion, will beef up its presence in overseas markets, such as Japan and Southeast Asia, which are esp ecially favored by Chinese travelers, as it strives to boost its revenue in 2019 by 100 percent year-on-year. “We will continue to increase investments in overseas mark ets, such as establishing branches or subsidiaries in popular tourist destinations and coop erating with local home-sharing service providers,” said Yang Changle, CEO of Tujia. “Our revenue has increased 15 times in the past two years, and the trading volume ac counted for more than half …

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However, Chinese authorities will continue to curb any

 tendency to increase iron and steel capacity, and the focus has shifted from cut ting overcapacity to improving the industry’s high-quality development, Lyu said. The high profits in the sector last year, which were a result of slashed capacity in the previo us years, have prompted the attempts to expand steel capacity illegally, according to him. “For the next phase, it is critically important to keep the overall ca pacity from growing, while at the same time to optimize the capacity layout in the ind ustry and increase product quality to achieve high-quality development in the sector,” he said. Lyu …

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Vice-Premier Liu HeUS Trade Representative Robert Lighthize

hina and the United States made new progress on trade and economic issues in their eighth round of consultations, Xinhua news agency reported late on Friday. The two sides discussed “relevant texts of agreement” during the two-day talks, co-chaired by Chinese Vice-Premier Liu He, US Tr ade Representative Robert Lighthizer and US Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, the State-run media said. The meeting was a prelude to the ninth round of high-level talk s scheduled next week in Washington that Vice-Premier Liu is set to attend. China and the US have been expediting their economic and trade consultations, with a g …

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