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nges from 1,500 to 2,000 yuan, accounting for 15 to 20 percent of the total according to the report.
JD refuted the mass layoff rumor and said more than 10,000 positions are expe
cted to be added as JD Logistics provides services to more industry customers.
Facing tougher competition from rivals such as Alibaba and Pinduoduo, JD is eyei
ng opportunities in the consumer market, which has shown great potential, Sina Finance reported.
Driven by rapid growth of e-comm
The annual survey Amazing China — the Most Attractive Chinese Cities for Expats 2018 unveiled its results at the Shenzhen foru
m of the Conference on International Exchange of Professionals on April 14 in Shenzhen, South China’s Guangdong province.
Zhang Jianguo, Vice Minister of the Ministry of Science and Technology, announced the results.
erce consumption, China’s express delivery volume reached 50.71 billio
n in 2018, an increase of 26.6 percent over the same period last year, the report said.
China and the United States are expected to come to an agreement soon over trade frictions, analysts said, as the negotiating teams a
re reported to be discussing the wording of an accord and considering applying the brakes to their tariff standoff.
They made the prediction after Chinese and US officials said there had been concrete p
rogress on multiple issues in the latest round of trade talks in Washington.
During the latest talks, held from Thursday to Sunday in Washington, the seventh round since February of last year, th
e two sides focused on the text of an agreement, the Chinese delegation said, according to a Xinhua News Agency report.
The negotiators also had made substantial progress on such specific issues as technology transfers, protection of i
ntellectual property rights, nontariff barriers, the service industry, agriculture and exchange rates, the delegation said.
On the basis of the latest progress, the two sides are expected to continue their work
into the next stage, in accordance with the instructions of the two countries’ top leaders, according to Xinhua.
If Europe’s leaders, diplomats and security professionals had a vote in the 2020 US presidential elections, it doesn’t see
m likely they’d give it to President Trump. At least, that’s how it seemed at the 2019 Munich Security Conference.
Hundreds of dignitaries crammed into tight corridors, moving between the modest meeting halls of Munich’s Bayerischer Hof Hotel.
The event has grown in recent years. As prime ministers and presidents rub shoulders wit
h CEO’s and policy wonks, conversations straddle global differences and attempt to shape the world order.
Biden says US should remain committed to its allies abroad
It is an odd, almost old-fashioned mix. It’s rare at global summits these days that repo
rters can mingle with the people they cover and even engage them in casual conversation.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg surprised me, praising my sturdy weather-beating boots and trou
sers. He laughed when I told him he was lucky inside. I was outside, the sun was blazing and, frankly, I was baking.
Austria’s technology ministry has called on Europe to form a joint position on whether or not to allow Chinese firm Huawei to equip 5G for next-generation mobile networks. This consideration co
mes amid the US-hyped security concerns over Huawei and Washington’s relentless efforts to thwart the 5G efforts of this leading tech company.
will be one of the most critical components of the digital economy and society, not only in China but also Europe. Europe has taken significant ste
ps to lead global developments toward this strategic technology. To reposition itself as a leader in world affairs including the field of technology, Europe h
as no reason to reject cooperation with Huawei which has developed the most advanced 5G technology, disregarding u
nwarranted US claims.
Europe is caught in the middle. While the continent treads carefully between China an
d the US, what is at stake is its own interests. As China tries to offer a cooperative approach, Europe, a longtime US ally, is hesi
ant to accept. The Belt and RoadInitiative proposed by China presents tremendous opportunities in terms of trade and g
rowth, while skepticism lingers in Europe about the geopolitical ambition the initiative may harbor.
servers believe that the funds allocated by the EU will fall way short of what is really needed. The EU will allocate funding for this project in its ne
xt multiannual budget, which will stretch from 2021 to 2027, but can Europe afford to wait till then to walk out of its current plight?
orwegian-born John Hou Sæter, a midfielder with Beijing Guo’an, received his temporary Chinese ID card Tuesday, becoming the first naturalized Chinese footballer.
Known as Hou Yongyong in China, the 21-year-old is expected to make his Guo’an debut in the Chinese Football Assoc
iation (CFA) Super Cup match between Shanghai SIPG and Beijing Guo’an next weekend, according to The Paper.
Guo’an has also registered him up for the upcoming AFC Champions League.
It has also been predicted that he may receive a national team call-up in the future.
Hou Sæter made his debut for Norwegian side Rosenborg in a domestic cup game against Orkla F
K in 2014. The appearance made him, at 16 years and 101 days, Rosenborg’s youngest ever senior player.
In September 2014 he made his debut in the Norwegian top f
light against Aalesund, coming on as an 81st-minute substitute in a 3-0 win. This made him his sid
e’s youngest ever league debutant, at 16 years and 258 days, beating the previous record by nine days.
Speaking on the speculation that Hou Sæter may one day play for the Chinese national side, h
is mother, Hou Yurong, said that it would be “both my wish and his own choice. I’m always his biggest fan.”
arrying and starting a family, the 38-year-old has moved twice within the community.
To avoid the morning rush hour, Chen has to get up before 6 am every day and catch the subway to Xicheng district, in the west of the c
ity, before 7 am. His wife, Zhu Zhu, who also works in Xicheng but drives to her job, has to get up at 5 am to avoid traffic congestion.
The 35-year-old said that when she was pregnant and underwent prenatal examinations, the drive to the hospital usually took an hour.
“However, if I encountered a traffic jam, I had to endure a three-hour round trip,” she said.
Regular access to medical services is still a problem. Though the community has six high-quality hospitals and 30 health clinics, Zhu
said she doesn’t trust the quality of service, so if her son falls ill she takes him to the downtown for treatment.
Before buying his apartment, Chen didn’t realize that Changping lacked high-quality schools.
He is now considering renting an apartment in the downtown when his son, now 3, is old enough to attend primary school.
Du has other considerations. Last year, the situation in Tiantongyuan became so bad that he decided to look for a new hom
e in a different neighborhood. He is still looking. “I am still searching for an affordable apartment,” said the financial sector management trainee.
BEIJING, Jan. 30 (Xing Rui), a client of Sino-Singapore. In the early morning of Jan. 30, Li Pi, 71, packed his bags and left the place where he had been teaching for 829
days. Over the past three years, countless back and forth, but this departure, meet again has not known when.
From the official coaching of the National Football Association to the final departure, Lippi led the team in a total of 30 g
ames, scoring 10 wins, 9 draws and 11 losses. From being in danger in the top 12 competitions to overcoming Korean phobi
a at 0:1, from the Chinese Cup to the Asian Cup to create the best results of national football in recent years. Lippi’s 82
9 days in office have left many happy but slightly regrettable memories for Chinese fans.
The 12 finals are in danger, and hope is aroused in the desperate situation of the national football team.
On October 11, 2016, China’s men’s football team, which had drawn 1-2 and lost 2-0
to Uzbekistan, resigned at a press conference after the match, and the Chinese team, which had only on