Huawei revenue up 39 percent from one year agoy that it poste

Huawei Technologies Co said Monday that it posted 179.7 billion yuan ($26.8 billion) in revenue in the first quarter of 2019, representing a year-on-year growth of 39 percent. The company’s quarter one net profit margin stood at about 8 percent, slightly higher than the same period last year. Huawei said in a statement that it continues to focus on communications infrastructure and smart devices, and will dev elop the efficiency and quality of its operations, which contributed to its solid first-quarter performance. This year will see large-scale 5G deployment around the world, meaning Huawei’s carrier business group, which primarily supplies …

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When more countries that are mainstream travel desti

tinations launch such services for Chinese, more will follow suit,” Dai said. Industry insiders said that the rapid development of internet technology in C hina and people’s heavy use of online shopping, mobile payment and banking servic es have allowed e-visa services to take root quickly in the country. “Such services, which save the time and trouble of sending passpo rts and paper documents back and forth, suit the young groups, who usually don’t plan for a trip far ahe ad of time,” said Li Ailing, founder of lvyouquan.com, which provides tourism information to agencies. Objectivity and impartiality were emphasized …

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Xu said there have also been signs showing climate cha

ange has resulted in lower wind speeds in the region. There h as been a downward trend for average wind speeds in the cluster si nce 1960 and especially after 1990. This is in line with the weakening trend of wind speeds made up of cold air from L ake Baikal in Russia, which penetrates into the region from the northwest A multilateral tax cooperation mechanism under the Belt and Road Initiative was establ ished on Thursday in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province. It aims to facili tate cross-border trade and investment along BRI routes by helping resolve tax disputes. The nonprofit …

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Names of companies taking part in second CIIE released

The first batch of enterprises to participate in the secon d China International Import Expo, or CIIE, has been published as the 200-day count down begins, according to China International Import Expo Bureau on Thursday. The planned Enterprise and Business Exhibition area will be 300,000 square meter s and divided into five parts — equipment, consumption, healthcare, food, and trade in service. There will be seven display areas on science-tech life, automobile, equipment, medical eq uipment and healthcare products, quality life, trade in service and food and agricultural products. The science-tech life display area will show case AR and VR, …

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ding AI and internet of things. The system can read t

the ALS patients’ thoughts through identifying the patien ts’ eyeballs movements to collect information, and then move the wheelchair automatically. It can also move safely at night. Further improvements will be made to the system to correct for minor deviations when operating under bright light.Zhang Wei operates the wheelchair at a residential commu nity in Xi’an, Shaanxi province, April 17, 2019. Zhang has climbed two of China’s Five Great Mountains on his han Beijing plans to add more kindergarten slots and strengthen security measures to make sur e children can receive an affordable and safe preschool education, officials said on Thursday. …

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Shaorong, vice-general manager of Qinzhou Nixing Po

He told China Daily his company’s priority is to attract more peo ple, especially non-locals, to visit and boost sales, as local consumption has limited potent ial. The company is eyeing more business opportunities based on word-of-mouth among visitors, Long said. This “one-stop industrial tourism”, as Long calls it, has contrib uted more than 60 percent in total sales since his company started to feel out the market in 2005. Long witnessed the company transform from a State-owned enterprise to a market-orient ed limited company at the turn of century. By streamlining internal bodies and lifting the proportion of em …

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Another outbreak in Shaanxi province caused the dea

aths of five pandas between December 2014 and April 2015. Pandas are docile but can be fierce. In 2005, a female photographer from Hong Kong jumped into a pand a enclosure to take photos. To the surprise of onlookers, the panda slashed one of her arms, causing profuse bleeding, the center said. Zhou Mengqi, a veteran photographer in Chengdu, was chased by a panda that had been eating quietly unt il he took pictures of the animal up close at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in the early 1990s. “Its claw touched my shoes before I escaped …

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al violations at sites that supply drinking water. As of the

 of last year, all but nine of 6,251 violations that inspectors found had been corrected, at a total investment of 41 billion yuan ($6.1 billion) in 31 provincial regions. According to the top environmental watchdog, 3,740 industrial enterprises wer e relocated and 1,883 wastewater outlets were shut down during the campaign. “In the long run, the campaign will help curb pollution at sites that supply drinking water and prevent more of them from being abandoned due to pollution,” Ma from the institute said. There are specific dos and don’ts at these sites, but some of the restrictions will be lifted …

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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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It is the duty of car dealers to deliver qualified autom

obile products, and those who refuse to bear responsibility or compensate consumers for unqualified automobiles violate the law and will be punished, said the China Consumers Association. The discussion heard that some dealers force consumers to purchase insurance or ask for financial serv ice fees without issuing invoices, both illegal acts that should be severely punished according to the law, the association said. During the discussion an unnamed womaen complained that she was sold a defective Mercedes-Benz car. The woman said the engine of the CLS300 she bought from Xi’an, Shaanxi province dealership Lizh ixing Co developed problems soon after …

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