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International Vegetable Sci-tech Fair Makes Use of Internet
(Apr 20, 2010) The 11th China (Shouguang) International Vegetable Sci-Tech Fair opened on April 20 in Shouguang City, Shandong Province. The fair had one major exhibition zone and 10 sub-zones. The major exhibition zone occupied an area of 350,000 square metre, with eight exhibition halls and four high-standard greenhouses. There were over 2,000 ...
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China International Commodity Trading Platform Launched
(Apr 20, 2010) China's International Commodity Trading Platform and SME Service Center (CICTP) starts operation in Beijing on April 20. Xu Chunjing, chief executive of CICTP, said the unit would provide trading information, involve exhibition, remote trading, branding, business services and other comprehensive services for domestic and foreign SMEs. The unit is expected ...
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Shandong Seeks New Energy Sustainable Development
(Apr 20, 2010) The Shandong provincial government announced that it would hold the '2010 China International New Energy Forum and Sino-German Enterprises Cooperation and Development Summit' in Qingdao from April 29 to 30. The event, co-organized with eight ministries including the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) and the National Energy Bureau, will ...
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Guangdong's Qingyuan Seeks Scientific Transformation
(Apr 20, 2010) Guangdong's Qingyuan city plans to build two science cities with an initial investment of RMB50 billion. The two cities, namely Jingu Science City and Science & Power City, are key projects that help Qingyuan transform its mode of development, says Chen Jiaji, Party Secretary of Qingyuan. The Jingu Science City, ...
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Guangdong Sources Much Electricity from Hong Kong
(Apr 20, 2010) South China's Guangdong province will import much electricity from Hong Kong in order to cope with rising demand. The electricity imported will be mainly be used in Shenzhen and Dongguan, supplying power to these two cities from 6 am to 9 pm daily. Guangdong has imported 923 million KWh of ...
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Shenzhen To Hold Energy-saving Fair in August
(Apr 20, 2010) Chinese Society for Sustainable Development will hold in August in Shenzhen an international fair on energy-saving, emission-reduction and new energy. Wang Kaiyue, deputy secretary general of the Chinese Society for Sustainable Development, said the fair would include matchmaking meetings to let participating energy-saving and emission-reduction enterprises promote business. There would ...
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China Needs US$14tn More for Carbon Emission Reduction
(Apr 20, 2010) China needs to come up with an additional investment of US$14.2 trillion in the coming decades to achieve environmental-friendly economic development, according to a report released by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP). The total amount of investment represents an allocation of US$240 million per year on carbon emission control ...
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China's Smart Grid Promotes Clean Energy Use
(Apr 19, 2010) China will basically have an extensive 'smart' power grid which will raise consumption of clean energy, lift utilization rate of energy sources and enhance development of electrical vehicles by 2020, State Grid Corporation of China estimates in its latest green development plan. The corporation schedules to make the 2020 carbon ...
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China Gives Wide Spectrum of Supports to Agriculture
(Apr 19, 2010) In the April 19 executive meeting chaired by Premier Wen Jiabao, the State Council concluded further policies to support agricultural production. The government will provide subsidies, at a rate of RMB10 per mu (1mu=1/6 acre), for wheat fertilization, mulching planting and greenhouse seedling especially in the southwest and northeast regions. ...
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Village Banks Shine on Chinese Farmland
(Apr 19, 2010) To encourage financing in the rural areas, China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) carried out liberal policies on the rural financial market at the end of 2006, channeling more money into the hands of farmers. While targeting to establish 1,027 private-run village banks by 2011, CBRC also welcomes large state-owned banks ...
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