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Yu was elaborating on a guideline released by the State Council on Wednesday regarding intensifying prevention and control of African swine fever.
Outbreaks of the fever have been effectively contained in China in recent months following strict controls and prevent
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untry still faces severe challenges in the disease’s prevention and control, and sustained efforts are needed, he said.
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oring has shown the number of live hogs in China fell by nearly 23 percent year-on-year in May due to the outbreaks.
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easures designed to support hog raising, including offering preferable loans to hog farmers and cash subsidies to those wh
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The ministry will also support cross-regional transport of pork to replace transport of live pigs－which is still co
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As of Wednesday, Yu said, 143 swine fever outbreaks had been reported in China, 44 of them this year. To prevent it spre
ading, nearly 1.2 million hogs were slaughtered. Quarantine measures have been lifted in 25 provincial areas, he added.
“In general, the frequency of swine fever outbreaks has noticeably decreased, and hog p
roduction, transport and distribution are gradually being restored,” Yu said.
President Xi Ji上海419品茶微信nping talks with Democratic People’s Republic of Korea top leader Kim Jongun in Pyon
gyang on Friday. Several paces behind them are Xi’s wife, Peng Liyuan (left), and Kim’s wife, Ri Solju
President Xi Jinping said on Friday that his visit to the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea demonstrated the two countries’ firm will to advance the po
litical settlement of the Korean Peninsula issue and to promote lasting peace and security in the region.
Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, made the remark while meeting with Kim Jong-un, chairman of the W
orkers’ Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the DPRK, in Pyongyang. Xi wr
apped up his two-day state visit to the DPRK on Friday.General Secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Pa
rty of China (CPC) and Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan talk with Kim Jong-un, chairman of t
he Workers’ Party of Korea (WPK) and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People’s Repu
blic of Korea (DPRK), and his wife Ri Sol-ju at the state guest house in Pyongyang, capital of the DP
ent Co Ltd, and China Shipbuilding Industry Corp, accordin
g to data from the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission.
David Lipton, the International Monetary Fund’s first deputy managing director, sa
id: ” (China’s) Credit growth and corporate debt have been reduced thanks to concerted efforts to strengthen fin
ancial regulation, reduce regulatory arbitrage, and improve the framework for financial supervision.”
His statement came after the IMF published a report forecasting that China’s economic growth is expected to mo
derate to 6.2 percent this year, down from 6.4 percent in the first quarter, as uncertainty around trade tensions re
mains high and risks are tilted to the downside. Inflation, in the meantime, is projected to rise to 2.3 percent.
in 2002 when it should have been closed. But the city’s detritus has kept on arriving each day in hundreds of trucks.
“About 2,000 tons of garbage is dumped at Ghazipur each day,” a Delhi municipal official said on condition of anonymity.
In 2018, a section of the hill collapsed in heavy rains killing two people. Dumping was banne
d after the deaths, but the measure lasted only a few days because authorities could not find an alternative.
Fires, sparked by methane gas coming from the dump, regularly break out and take days to extinguish.
Shambhavi Shukla, senior researcher at the Center for Science and Environment in New D
elhi, said methane belching from the garbage can become even more deadly when mixed with atmosphere.
Leachate, a black toxic liquid, oozes from the dump into a local canal.
hina’s innovative and high-quality development,” Sui Zhenjiang, vice-mayor of Beijing, said on Wedne
sday during a 5G industrial development and investment summit held in Yizhuang, in southeastern Beijing.
“Beijing is actively transforming itself as a national scientific and tech
nological innovation center. With advantages in complete telecom infrastructure, abunda
nt talent and strong research and development capabilities, we have the resolve to accelerate the push for making brea
kthroughs in 5G technologies and build an independent and innovative 5G industrial system,” Sui said.
As of May 24, the three major telecom operators－China Mobile, Chin
a Telecom and China Unicom－have established 4,700 5G base stations in Beijing, acc
ording to Wang Gang, head of the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology.
months of 2019, up 6.4 percent year-on-year, according to data released by the National Bureau of Statistics.
Xinjiang is the last province to release its local GDP figures. During the
first quarter, Xinjiang’s GDP reached 217.77 billion yuan, up 5.3 percent year-on-year.
In terms of GDP growth rate, a total of 17 regions saw their GDP numbers exceed the “nation
al line” of 6.4 percent. Among them five came from the eastern region and six each from central and western areas.
All the top three came from China’s western area. Yunnan province posted the fastest
growth rate of 9.7 percent year-on-year, followed by Guizhou (9.2 percent) and Tibet (9.1 percent).
The bottom three are Jilin province, Tianjin municipality and Heilongjiang pro
vince, Jilin province, with a growth rate of 2.4 percent, was the weakest performer.
To encourage them to move, Guizhou authorities have used a better schooling for their children as bait,” said Zhang Qing of Guizhou’s provincial Education Department.
“More than 130,000 children will be enrolled in the 1,600 preschool facilities and primary and secondary schools near their urban s
ettlements. Also, 333 nurseries and junior high schools will be built to enroll some 50,000 relocated children,” Zhang added.
To promote educational development and cultivate more high-quality teachers in the country’s central and w
estern regions, China launched a State-level training program for rural primary and middle school teachers in 2010.
Primary school teachers in Guizhou have joined the training at Beijing Normal University.
In September 2014, President Xi Jinping met with teachers from Guizhou who were r
eceiving training at Beijing Normal University. The group of teachers later wrote a letter to Xi.
In a letter of reply to the Guizhou teachers, Xi asked them to lead education reform in poor areas.
ng cell technologies should be established to promote greater transparency, they said, so that before a trial begins scient
ists would need to pass an ethics review and provide a list of names of all participating scientists and institutions.
Universities and research institutes should strengthen education a
nd training in bioethics and scientific and medical professionalism, covering research sci
entists and students of science, medicine and the humanities at all levels, they said.
In addition, more efforts should be undertaken to eliminate prejudice agains
t people with disabilities, which exists in the minds of some scholars, they said. Following the gene-edited baby inci
dent, government departments have vowed to improve supervision, and new regulations are being made or revised.