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which demands the quota for 2019 is 10 percent and 12 percent in 2020.
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les, China has imposed tough regulations on passenger carmakers and importers, who will
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If they fail to amass enough credits for either traditional vehicles or new energy veh
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The new draft also changes the amount of credits that a carmaker can earn by manufacturing new energy vehicles.
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ally international ones, which have been slower than Chinese ones to respond to policy changes.
Herbert Diess, CEO of Volkswagen AG, called for a stable policy enviro上海千花坊
nment at the World New Energy Vehicle Congress held in early July in Hainan province.
上海千花坊品茶微信The German carmaker said almost half of its new energy vehicles produced in 2028 will be made in
China. China has been the largest market for new energy vehicles since it overtook the United States in 2015.
So far there are around 3.5 million such vehicles on its roads.上海千花坊
The country’s new energy vehicle sales surged 65.9 percent year-on-year to 577,000 u
nits during the January-June period, data from the China Passenger Car Association showed.
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its maker according to previous equations, and in the draft proposal the credits will be reduced to 2.5,
上海千花坊品茶微信ccording to Cui Dongshu, secretary-general of the China Passenger Car Association.
He added that the proposed policy encourag
es better technology as more efficient power consumption will earn more credits.
Jeremy Jurgens, at the 2019 World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions, also known as the Summer Davos Forum.
上海千花坊女神会所Technologies emerging today will be shaping the world well into the f
uture, impacting economies and society at large, said Mariette DiChristina, editor-in-chief of
Scientific American and chair of the Emerging Technologies Steering Committee.上海千花坊
“Now that we are well into the fourth Industrial Revolution, it’s critical we ensure
humanity is served by these new innovations so we can continue to prosper,” DiChristina said.
上海千花坊The 2019 World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions was h
eld in Northern Peal Dalian, Northeast China Liaoning province, between July 1 and 3.上海千花坊女神会所
Boasting the theme of “Leadership 4.0: Succeeding in a New Era of Globalization”, the forum attracted more than
1,800 business leaders, policymakers and experts from over 120 countries to participate in more than 200 sessions.
Ecolab Inc, a United States-based global leader in water, hygiene and energy technologies and services上海千花坊
, will invest more on innovation in China and get focused on three of its core businesses, its top management said.
上海千花坊女神会所”A big area of focus for us more recently has been digital innovation,” said Jill Wyant, executive vice-president of regions, Ecolab. She is also the president of
the company’s global healthcare unit. “We have a corporate relationship with Microsoft in terms of some of their cloud com
puting platforms and solutions. We’re in the process of extending that relationship in china. We’ve hired a chief d上海千花坊
igital officer and hired someone to help us look after digital infrastructure and architecture.”
Ecolab made a multimillion-dollar investment in innovation in China. The co
上海千花坊女神会所mpany built a research and development center in Shanghai around a decade ago.
“We want more than double our business in China in the medium term,” said Wyant. “Our expectations are high for so
me reasons. One of which is the emerging middle class, so there are more opportunities for food safety.”
Ecolab, a $15 billion company in a $125 billion market, has a market share of around 11-12 percent globally.
“We see enormous opportunities here in China along with the underlying economic a
nd societal trends, such as the emerging of the middle class, water scarcity issues and the aging population, an
d our business is in line with the government’s commitment toward a more healthy and beautiful China. The ma
rket is huge and we are a good fit and well-placed to grasp the opportunities here,” said Wyant.
According to her, the company has to focus to succeed in China.
“It’s a massive country. It’s rife with opportunities, and it’s got a very aggressive and vibrant customer set, but als
o a competitive set. That’s why we say we really focus on three big opportunity areas where we think we bring a
dvantages that match China’s economic opportunities and its vision for society,” she added.
It’s a Sunday afternoon and Yang Haisong seems to be in a chipper mood. Under a blazing sun on a warm day in Beijing he sit
s on the side of a road smoking a cigarette. Yang, a founding member of the Chinese rock band P. K. 14 and its l
ead vocalist, is taking a break from activities in Free Sound, a record store in which he has been talking to fans about th
e band’s seventh studio album, What We Talk About When We Talk About His Name.
Yang hails from Nanjing, Jiangsu province, and it was there that P.K. 14 was formed nearly 22 y
ears ago before going on to become one of the most influential rock bands in China’s indie rock scene.
“I love record stores,” Yang, 46, says. “Of course listening to music
online through streaming services is incredibly conven
ient, but when I hold cassette tapes or vinyls in my hands I feel this connection with the music.”
The band’s latest album, released on Oct 14, 2018, was recorded in Be
rlin, and in addition to being streamed online, it was distributed on record and cassette.
the latest film by leading Chinese auteur Wang Xiaoshuai, sets to examine changing times in modern China.
It is a family saga about parenthood, friendship, struggle and forg
iveness. Covering a large stretch of space and time, t
he story moves from the 1980s to the present, and from the North to the South of China.
Known for realism, Wang is no stranger to prominent international film festivals. This time,
his work scooped two Berlin Film Festival awards – Silver Bear for Best Actress and Best Actor.
On the occasion of So Long, My Son screening in Chinese cinemas, China Daily sp
oke with him about the film’s production, his life and his view on Chinese auteur film.