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Shanghai And Guangzhou To Reform Residency System
(Feb 21, 2009) Shanghai will offer residency to non-local people residing in the city for 7 cumulative years, and details of the plan will be announced on the municipal's website today. Shanghai mayor Han Zheng said the city would be the first one to reform its residency system, offering outsiders a local residency ...
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Estimated 100,000 Alzheimer Patients in Hong Kong
(Feb 21, 2009) An estimated 100,000 Hong Kong people are suffering from Alzheimer and many of the suffering are related to deteriation of brain neurol cells or neurodegenerative disease. Neuro specialists say many of the Alzheimer sufferings are related to degeneration of neurol cells, and some cases are related to prolonged Vitamin B12 ...
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CASS: Industry Structure Adjustment Can Keep Growth
(Feb 20, 2009) The International Financial Research Centre at the World Economy and Politics Research Institution of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS) suggested that simulative measures should continue to focus on adjustment of industry structure because economic growth momentum is still weak. The latest report of CASS calls for attention to ...
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CASS: Economic Recovery Still Too Early
(Feb 20, 2009) The latest economic research report from the Chinese thinktank says a reversing trend in economic fundamentals is not obvious despite the surge of a number of economic indicators in the first month of 2009. The International Financial Research Centre at the World Economy and Politics Research Institution of the Chinese ...
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China Tax Incomes Dropped Sharply in 2H '08
(Feb 20, 2009) China had total fiscal tax income of RMB5,421.96 billion in 2008, showing an 18.8% on year growth but the growth increment was 14.9 percentage points lower than 2007. China's tax revenue rose 33.5% in the first half of 2008, but the growth slumped to just 3.2% in the second half. ...
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Shenzhen To Build More Science and Technology Centres
(Feb 20, 2009) Shenzhen in China vows to enhance its science and research development power. Shenzhen has plans to build more national engineering laboratories, engineering research centers and enterprise technology centers from 2008 to 2011, with 10 to 12 at national level and 50 to 60 at provincial level. It is planned that ...
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China To Audit Overseas State Assets
(Feb 20, 2009) National Audit Office (NAO) of China plans to audit the asset management business of mainland-funded organizations and state-owned enterprises operating in Hong Kong and the audit may be carried out this year. Auditor General of NAO Liu Jiayi explained that the act of auditing state-owned assets outside the country is ...
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Guangdong Calls For Quality Watch Despite Frail Trade
(Feb 19, 2009) Guangdong officials warned that Guangdong may face a quality crisis amid the falling exports. Tong Xing, vice governor of Guangdong province, said during a work conference on quality control of food and medicine that Guangdong's medicine export will decline sharply in 2009. In January, the total value of foreign trades ...
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Guangdong RMB2bn To Sustain External Trade
(Feb 18, 2009) Guangdong province has budgeted RMB2 billion for external trade stimulation and promotion and among all cities, Guangdong strives to keep trade growth in Shenzhen, Dongguan and Guangzhou which together accounted for 70.5% of the province's external trade value. Guangdong vice-mayor Wan Qing-liang said keeping exports growth in Shenzhen, Dongguan and ...
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Xiamen Supports Five Consumption Industries
(Feb 18, 2009) Fujian province's Xiamen city inclines to give policies to support the development of five core consumption-industries that help rebuild consumer confidence in bad economic time. The Xiamen city government has named growth through enterprises and exports in the recent CPC and CPPCC conferences. Specifically, it plans to give policies and ...
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