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a’s photovoltaic products. Export value to Vietnam rose 239 times to $739 million in the fi
rst quarter, taking up 16.8 percent of China’s total photovoltaic export value.
With the European Union ending its anti-dumping and anti-subsidy meas
ures, photovoltaic exports from China to Europe also saw large increase in Q1.
The country’s photovoltaic products export volume to the Netherlands and Spain increased 1,049.6 percent and 158.3 perc
ent, respectively, in the first quarter, said the report. It predicted that the emerging markets, such as Mexico, Aus
tralia, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates will further boost the export of China’s photovoltaic modules.
The export of China’s photovoltaic products to the United States dropped 28.9 pe
rcent to just 0.01 GW in the first quarter, the report said. The Section 201, Section 3
Comments Off on Xi hailed Zhang’s deeds, saying the elderly hero hid the
for more than 60 years and stayed true to his original aspirations. As a s
oldier, Zhang defended the country; as a civilian, he works for the people’s well-being, Xi said.
Zhang lives a life of simplicity, purity and indifference to fame and fortune, serving as a role
model for military officers, rank-and-file soldiers and veterans across the country, Xi said.
Zhang, a member of the CPC, was a soldier of Brigade 359 of the Northwest Field Ar
my, one of the main forces of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army during the Liberation War between 1945 and 1949.
He was honored by the Northwest Field Army sever
al times for performing meritorious deeds as he braved enemy fire. He was twice given the honorary title of C
Comments Off on On Monday morning, Xi visited the JL MAG Rare-Earth
Co and learned about the company’s production of rare earths and the development of the rare earth industry in Ganzhou.
On the heels of the United States government announcement it will ban unauthorized exports of US technology to Hua
wei, by Monday, a number of major US tech giants, including Google, had reportedly stopped supplies.
Amid the escalating tit-for-tat trade blows between the world’s tw
o largest economies, the US putting Huawei, the face of Chinese hi-tech progress, on its Ent
ity List is no doubt a calculated blow to hit China and Huawei where it hurts. “America will probably use its ability to with
hold components from Huawei as a bargaining chip in a future trade deal with China,” The Economist reckons.
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he Sichuan-Tibet Railway, the second railway line linking the Tibet autonomous region to other parts of China, will opera
te high-speed trains with a designed running speed of 200 kilometers per hour, thecover.cn reported.
China Railway Eryuan Engineering Group Co Ltd, which is designing the line, revealed a draft plan on Wednesday that tra
ins on the whole Sichuan-Tibet line will travel with a designated speed of 200 km/h, with some segments limited to 160 km/h.
The 1,600-kilometer-long line under construction is designed to start from Chengdu, pass through Ya’an and Kan
gding, then enter Tibet via Qamdo and end at Lhasa. The 140-kilometer Chengdu-Ya’an high-speed railway, whic
h serves part of the Sichuan-Tibet Railway, started operation last year with a maximum speed of 200 km/h.
Comments Off on The corn kernels burst out even in the cornstalk, just like
popcorn,” said Liu Yueming, a technician in the promotion of scientific cultivation i
n the province. “It felt like the surface temperature was as high as 60 C. It’s a catastrophe.”
He said that some springs in a village called Haikou had drie
d up and the villagers didn’t have enough drinking water. “The village has 29 small water res
ervoirs, however, 14 of them have been used up so far. The drought is beyond imagination.”
“The villagers are doing everything they can to have enough drinki
ng water and then to also save as much as possible for their crops,” he added.
The region is also at greater risk of forest fires because of the high temperatures and low humidity.
The Yunnan Meteorological Bureau warned the public on May 13 about more dry
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Comments Off on Although Huang was diagnosed with mild schizophrenia, th
the court said that it was not able to exempt him from punishment as the disorder d
id not have an obvious influence on his ability to distinguish between right and wrong.
“He had an extremely despicable motive, used an extremely cruel manner to carry out the cri
me, and caused a severe consequence and extremely negative social impact,” the court said.
The court pointed out that Huang had planned to carry out the crime for a long time, visiting
several kindergartens and primary schools in Shanghai and Guangzhou, South China’s Guangdong pro
vince, before deciding where to carry out the attack.Police examine the site of a knife attack that occurred in downtown Sh
anghai leaving two boys dead and another boy and a parent wounded on June
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Comments Off on President Xi inspects high-tech companyL MAG Rare-Earth
President Xi Jinping inspected a company that manufactures high-tech magnetic m
aterials as he kicked off an inspection trip to East China’s Jiangxi province on Monday.
Xi learned about the business operations of the JL MAG Rare-Earth Co Ltd, based in Ganzhou, which speciali
zes in rare earth permanent magnetic materials, as well as the development of the rare earth sector in the city.
Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei, said on Tuesday that the US governm
ent’s 90-day extension “doesn’t mean much”, adding that the company was ready to deal with the ban.
Ren’s comments came after the US Commerce Department said on Monday that it gave Hu
awei a 90-day license to purchase US technologies to maintain existing networks and provide software upd
ates to existing Huawei handsets. That marks a delay of the ban on US technology exports to Huawei.
Comments Off on On behalf of our hundreds of millions of footwear cons
sumers and hundreds of thousands of employees, we ask that you im
mediately stop this action to increase their tax burden,” the group said.
The group’s reasoning echoes an earlier comment from David French,
senior vice-president for government relations at the Nat
ional Retail Federation, who said, “Saying that China is paying these tariffs doesn’t hold water.”
About 99 percent of all shoes sold in the US are imported. Last year alo
ne, it imported 2.5 billion pairs, nearly 70 percent of which came from China, ma
king the Asian country the largest source for US shoe imports, according to statistics provided by the FDRA.