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    中医药配方(www.21nx.com):ord; pursed they remained. All she did was to take her glove and rub hard at a spot on the window–pane. She rubbed as if she would rub something out for ever—some stain, some indelible contamination.wing room, the apple only turned its yellow side. Yet, the moment after, if the door was opened, spread about the floor, hung upon the walls, pendant from the ceiling—what? My hands were empty. The sh春秋彩票注册登录。

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    China's online retail sales maintained high-speed growth in the first quarter, official data has shown.Online retail sales totaled 1.5 trillion yuan ($238.5 billion) in the first three months, up 34.4 percent year-on-year, according to Gao Feng, spokesperson for the Ministry of Commerce.The online春秋彩票注册登录Despite the tension between China and South Korea caused by the deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system, Chinese companies such as Tsingtao Beer and Xiaomi have still gained growth momentum in South Korea."Tsingtao Beer is quite popular among South Korean consumers, not only sold in supermarkets but also ubiquitous in restaurants," a Chinese surnamed Xue who has been working in South Korea for two years told the Global Times on Wednesday.The brand entered the South Korean market a decade ago and has already gained a firm stake in the local market, "so it's impossible to boycott the Chinese beer," remarked Xue.Tsingtao Beer has become the main target of a boycott movement by South Korean people against Chinese products since early March this year, according to South Korean news site Business Korea.E-Mart, South Korea's largest discount chain, said sales of Tsingtao Beer surged 28.8 percent for the first eight months in 2017 from a year earlier, South Korea's Yonhap News Agency reported Tuesday. Tsingtao emerged as the fourth-largest imported beer brand during the period.South Korea's imports of beer from China have been on the rise in recent years, with the figure surging more than seven times to 36,159 tons, the Yonhap news report said. Tsingtao Beer accounted for most of the imported Chinese beer, according to the report.Xiaomi is another Chinese brand that has gained momentum in South Korea for its high quality and low price, especially the company's charge pal and bracelet, according to Xue.From January to June this year, South Korea's imports from China were about $47.71 billion, an increase of 14.7 percent. The top three items were mechanical and electrical products, base metals and other products such as chemical products, according to a report on the website of China's Ministry of Commerce in August.The trade surplus scale has been forecast to narrow, as the Chinese government has strengthened restrictions on trade for processing products and there has been an expansion of South Korean companies' localization in China, South Korea's Hankook Ilbo daily newspaper reported on August 4.。

    Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Thursday met with Japanese tea master Genshitsu Sen. Sen, the 15th Grand Master of Japan's Urasenke Chado, has made more than a hundred visits to China since his first trip to Beijing in the late 1970s. Yang said that China and Japan are important neighbors, and maintaining a sound and steady improvement of bilateral relations is good for the fundamental interests of both peoples. He said the two countries should keep the key direction of peace, friendship and cooperation, and steadily carry out exchanges and cooperation. He said he hoped the Urasenke Chado would make continuous efforts to boost bilateral friendship through tea-related cultural exchanges and push China-Japan ties back on the right track. Sen said the Urasenke Chado would like to increase exchanges with China and contribute to the bilateral relationship as well as peace in East Asia. Urasenke Chado is a renowned school of the Japanese tea ceremony.春秋彩票注册登录。

    Panama could be a strategic bridge to extend China's Belt and Road Initiative to Latin America, said Francisco Carlo Escobar, the Panamanian ambassador to China appointed after the two countries established diplomatic ties in June. In a recent interview with Xinhua, Escobar, who recently presented his credentials to Chinese President Xi Jinping, said that Panama is highly interested in this initiative, which seeks to create a trade and infrastructure network connecting Asia with Europe, Africa and beyond. "Panama can be (a strategic place) ... for logistical distribution and perhaps to present certain infrastructure projects which could help the Belt and Road Initiative in the region," he said. Escobar listed Panama's several advantages to promote the initiative including its geographic position, an interoceanic canal, distribution centers in the Colon Free Trade Zone on the Caribbean, and the favorable laws it offers to multinationals. Escobar noted that Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has already operated in Panama as a regional base, saying he is confident that other Chinese companies will follow suit. The Belt and Road Initiative, put forward by Xi in 2013, is aimed at building the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road through concerted efforts of all related countries to benefit all participants by promoting unimpeded trade, financial integration, infrastructure inter-connectivity and closer people-to-people exchanges. Talking about the on-going visit by Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi to Panama, the ambassador said the arrangement testifies to mutual interest in boosting diplomatic ties and political consultations between Panama and China. According to the ambassador, Panama will discuss with the Chinese side the construction of Panama's several important projects including the expansion of Tocumen International Airport and ports in the province of Colon. Panama also looks forward to consultations with China on cooperation in immigration and tourism, he said. "We are confident and are looking forward to the future development of relationship between the two countries," said Escobar.。,。,。,。andMore than 15 students have been injured in a road accident in the western Indian state of Rajasthan Friday, police said. "The accident occurred when a school bus, carrying 30 students, overturned near Jhalawar Road on national highway No. 27," a senior police official said. No one has been killed in the incident, all the injured students have been rushed to a nearby hospital by residents, where the condition of some are said to be serious, he said. "We have informed the parents of the injured students," the official said. Eyewitnesses told cops that the accident occurred after the bus driver lost control of the speeding vehicle while negotiating a bend. "A probe has been ordered into the incident," the official added. The accident came days after some 24 students were injured in another school bus accident in the state's Sikar district. India has the highest number of road fatalities in the world. Road accidents occur mostly due to poor driving or badly maintained roads and vehicles.。

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    A driver for China's Uber-equivalent, Didi Chuxing, has been accused of indecent exposure after he turned up without pants to pick up a female passenger. The passenger, surnamed Zhang, said her ride arrived around 2 am in Sanlitun, a Beijing nightlife hotspot, when she quickly noticed the driver wearing a long T-shirt and nothing else. In video taken by Zhang, the driver is seen with one hand on the steering wheel and the other covering his crotch. "He was kind of rubbing [himself]," Zhang explained in the clip's accompanying audio. "I didn't dare look at it straight on.""We didn't talk the whole trip," she added.After Zhang arrived at his destination, she filed a report with the company.A Didi spokesman told Beijing Time that despite Zhang's video proof, the driver had denied the accusations.Zhang provided screenshots of her exchange with Didi customer service in which she demands the driver be banned from the ride-hailing service.During the exchange, the employee said Didi that driver's daily service quota has been reduced and the company would investigate the incident.The employee also advised Zhang to report the incident to police. Beijing Timeinvestor has the option of raising its ownership to 49 percent, said Finnpulp.The Chinese willingness to invest makes it possible to start planning of the plant, described as the largest softwood pulp plant globally. Earlier, Finnpulp said production may start in 2021, with annual output at 1.2。

    there have been unprecedented, frequent and close diplomatic interactions between China and India. On December 11, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi visited India and soon after, then State Councilor Yang Jiechi also embarked on his Indian trip.In January 2018, Vijay Gokhale, an old China hand whoIllustration: Chen Xia/GTDo we have to work to live or live to work? How many times has this sentence been heard and what is the right answer? Since humanity created the first societies, it was understood that we needed to work to receive services, but we often forget that work is needed to allow us。

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    Illustration: Peter C. Espina/GTAn ESG is a financial product that complies with environmental, social and governance rules, and until recently it was just part of financiers' jargon - their chat is full of short-form acronyms that many of us do not understand. But recently ESG has come into common parlance. This is good, as it represents a new global inclination to save the planet and to save ourselves from investments we do not understand. Of course, working together in this way is a splendid idea; it creates efficiencies and develops innovative solutions supporting emerging world-wide goals, with many set within the UN Sustainable Development Goals to be met by 2030. ESGs are fast becoming a vital set of criteria for investment development and they demand new measurements of company performance. But there are much broader and more subtle aspects to this movement.Cheating has been commonplace ever since lending and borrowing became institutionalized. William Shakespeare in 1596 aptly commented upon "… this pound of flesh" as something that is owed and ruthlessly claimed in repayment. In more modern times there was the Asian Financial crisis in 1997 expanding out of Thailand, as banks were seen to be over-indebted and could not pay back their customers. China learned much from that and developed its sovereign reserves, thus helping it to weather the 2008 global financial crash emanating from the US. These crashes forced central banks to increase regulation and oversight as well as developing fresh rules such as the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act reforming Wall Street investment and curbing speculation. The EU in 2004 developed the Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, which will be updated by January 2018 as MiFID II (yet another acronym). Although these rulings are primarily US or EU-based, they include all the global operations of firms registered in either the US or EU, in an effort to restrict global corruption.But it is well known that corruption is still widespread, as is the fact that it is the poorest who suffer the most, often losing their jobs if a firm ceases trading while the corrupt boss with good legal aid may well escape punishment. There are many economies that suffer from corruption, especially among the developing nations. The developed world is not exempt, as regulators and the judiciary often bring wrong-doers to trial. One instance is the Libor scandal that was perpetuated by major global banks. The banks falsely set the London Interbank Offered Rate (Libor), which is the average interest rate underpinning well over $350 trillion in derivatives. The skewed rate benefited the banks in question. The perpetrators have been removed from office and new regulations devised. However, few people connected with this crime have been convicted as the evidence against them was not strong enough, though banks have been heavily fined for allowing the fixing to take place.Other heavy fines for banks have concerned their non-disclosure of hidden savings. Swiss banks have long been known as secretive, closely guarding their clients' assets - as are certain offshore tax havens. Now global regulations demand that banks open their lists to the relevant tax authorities and failure to do so has resulted in massive fines. This means that rich people have fewer places to hide their undeclared gains. Also, India recently scrapped the use of large-denomination currency notes to crimp their black economy. That shock caused some havoc and temporarily reduced its quarterly growth figures and reduced the wealth of the super-rich by 1 percent. In the future India may halt the use of credit cards, moving instead to biometrics - validating transactions by an eye or thumb scan.I began this piece by suggesting that ESGs are blossoming worldwide. It may be a case of there being a time when influential individuals all have the same idea at approximately the same time. This is noticeable in science when breakthroughs happen in different parts of the world by groups apparently unconnected to each other. Of course they are not "unconnected" as they will have studied the same things and been to the same conferences, but the groundswell ensures the development bursts forth. Perhaps it is time for the world to become more transparent, more inclined to observe better environmental practices, to support better social policies and to adhere to strongly principled rules of governance applied to political as well as commercial practice. We are all facing huge global pressures - it is time to be concerned about our future and it is time for strong global leadership. The 19th National People's Congress in October may be a defining moment for China to define new developments for the world's second-largest economy.The author is founder and chairman of Horasis, a global visions community. bizopinion@globaltimes.com.cn春秋彩票注册登录The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned German Ambassador Martin Erdmann late Saturday over an rally organized by the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) supporters in Cologne. "We condemn that PKK terror organization's extensions in Germany are allowed to hold an event in Cologne and make terror propaganda here," the ministry said in a written statement. About 3,000 pro-PKK demonstrators gathered Saturday and carried posters of jailed leader Abdullah Ocalan and the symbols of the organization, despite that the German Interior Ministry has passed a ban on PKK symbols in March, including the PKK flag and photos of its leader. The Turkish Foreign Ministry slammed Berlin's "double standard in the fight against terrorism," urging it to adopt a "principled stand against all kinds of terrorism." Ankara has repeatedly criticized Germany's tolerance for the PPK's rally, recruitment and fund raising, and Berlin is reluctant to take concrete measures against the group. The PKK, listed as a terrorist organization by Turkey, the US, and the EU, resumed its 30-year armed campaign against the Turkish state in July 2015 after a brief reconciliation period.Kim also visited the hospital where the injured were being treated, Lu said.。




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