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China: Daily Scan, April 20, 2022

Xi stresses enhancing digital gov’t construction, advancing fiscal reforms: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday stressed efforts to enhance the building of a digital government and advance fiscal system reforms at and below the provincial level. Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks while chairing the 25th meeting of the central commission for deepening overall reform. Click here to read…

China’s top court to improve property rights protection for smaller businesses: Xinhuanet
April 19, 2022

China’s top court will further improve the property rights protection mechanism for micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSMEs) to address their concerns and provide a legal guarantee for high-quality socio-economic development. Click here to read…

Senior Chinese lawmakers meet amid legislative session: Xinhuanet
April 19, 2022

Senior Chinese lawmakers met on Tuesday during the country’s ongoing legislative session. The meeting of the Council of Chairpersons of the National People’s Congress (NPC) Standing Committee was presided over by Li Zhanshu, chairman of the NPC Standing Committee. Click here to read…

Chinese envoy says early conflict resolution key to ending humanitarian crisis in Ukraine: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

The fundamental way to resolve the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine is to put an early end to the conflict, China’s permanent representative to the United Nations Zhang Jun said on Tuesday. Click here to read…

Chinese ambassador to U.S. warns against using Ukraine crisis to mess up U.S.-China relations: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

Chinese Ambassador to the United States Qin Gang has warned against using the Ukraine crisis as an excuse to mess up U.S.-China relations, saying that doing so serves no good to anyone now or in the future. Click here to read…

China to provide emergency humanitarian assistance to Sri Lanka: Xinhuanet
April 19, 2022

The Chinese government has decided to provide emergency humanitarian assistance to Sri Lanka to help the country cope with the current difficulties, a spokesperson for China International Development Cooperation Agency said Tuesday. Click here to read…

Tesla’s Shanghai factory resumes production: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

U.S. carmaker Tesla’s Shanghai factory officially resumed production on Tuesday, with about 8,000 employees back to work thus far, the company has said. Affected by the latest COVID-19 resurgence in Shanghai, the Shanghai Gigafactory had suspended production for over 20 days. Click here to read…

China adopts law on futures and derivatives: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

Chinese lawmakers on Wednesday voted to adopt a law on futures and derivatives to better protect investors’ interests and develop the futures market in favor of the real economy. Click here to read…

China’s central SOEs record growth in R&D spending: Xinhuanet
April 19, 2022

China’s centrally administered state-owned enterprises (SOEs) spent more on research and development to boost innovation-driven development in the first three months of 2022, the country’s top state-owned assets regulator said on Tuesday. Click here to read…

Chinese satellite obtains global gravity field data: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

China’s Tianqin-1 satellite has acquired the global gravity field data during its in-orbit operation, according to Sun Yat-sen University in south China’s Guangdong Province.
The satellite was launched in December 2019 to test the technologies of the space-based gravitational wave detection program “Tianqin.” The program Tianqin, meaning “harp in the sky,” was initiated by the university in 2015. Click here to read…

Chinese mainland reports 2,753 new local confirmed COVID-19 cases, 2,494 in Shanghai: Xinhuanet
April 20, 2022

The Chinese mainland Tuesday reported 2,753 locally transmitted confirmed COVID-19 cases, of which 2,494 were in Shanghai, according to the National Health Commission (NHC)’s report Wednesday. Click here to read…

China to ramp up financial support for real economy: Quishi
April 20, 2022

China has rolled out a raft of measures to strengthen its financial support for the real economy, the country’s financial authorities said Monday. The country will ramp up financial support to relieve market entities in difficulties, ensure unimpeded flows in the economy and promote exports, noted a circular jointly released by the People’s Bank of China and the State Administration of Foreign Exchange. Click here to read…

More measures to spur consumption: Quishi
April 20, 2022

China’s consumer goods market is expected to maintain growth momentum this year, fueled by the rising per capita disposable incomes of Chinese residents and more supportive policies to shore up consumption in the pipeline, amid headwinds from external uncertainties and a resurgence in domestic COVID-19 cases, experts said. Click here to read…

China meets 8 environmental targets: Quishi
April 20, 2022

China has fulfilled all eight obligatory targets for environmental protection in 2021, the Minister of Ecology and Environment, Huang Runqiu reported to the Standing Committee of the National People’s Congress on Monday. Click here to read…

Cities help Shanghai resume production, stabilize supplies: China Daily
April 20, 2022

Cities in the Yangtze River Delta region have been helping Shanghai resume production during the latest COVID-19 outbreak, according to the government of Shanghai. Cities in the delta region in the provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui have been working on a “white list” of key companies eligible to resume work to ensure production across the entire industry chain, Wu Qing, executive vice-mayor of Shanghai, said at a news briefing on Tuesday. Click here to read…

Online user locations identified to curb false information: China Daily
April 20, 2022

Chinese social media platforms announced recently they will display user locations based on Internet Protocol addresses in a bid to curb the spread of misinformation. The move started with Sina Weibo, which launched the feature in March, showing the IP address on profile pages of users. The feature cannot be turned off or disabled by users. Click here to read…

China to up its textile recycling capability: China Daily
April 20, 2022

China, producer of half the world’s textile fiber, has unveiled a guideline that aims to significantly beef up its capability to recycle textile waste, most of which is nonbiodegradable. Experts have lauded the initiative for its potential role in promoting low-carbon, circular economic development, saying it will contribute to the country’s ambitious climate and pollution targets. Click here to read…

Tough steps needed to cut COVID-19 transmission: China Daily
April 20, 2022

China has entered a new stage in its fight against the COVID-19 epidemic that calls for earlier detection and faster action to cope with the rapidly spreading Omicron variant, said Ma Xiaowei, minister of the National Health Commission. Click here to read…

Suzhou takes action to stem spread of virus: China Daily
April 19, 2022

Suzhou in Jiangsu province has stepped up virus prevention and control measures while ensuring adequate food supplies in locked-down areas of the city amid the latest resurgence of COVID-19, according to local authorities. Click here to read…

497,214 locally transmitted COVID-19 cases reported in Chinese mainland since March: Global Times
April 19, 2022

China’s top health authority announced on Tuesday that a total of 497,214 locally transmitted cases have been reported in the Chinese mainland since March, affecting all provinces except Xizang autonomous region. Click here to read…

10 deaths in Shanghai spark concern over vaccination rate among elderly group: Global Times
April 19, 2022

Ten deaths of COVID-19 patients in Shanghai in the past two days are sounding alarms in the city, which has a relatively low vaccination rates among provincial-level regions in the Chinese mainland. For the country at large, it is also a strong reminder that the insufficient vaccination rate among the elderly is a towering obstacle to China’s move to ease COVID-19 restrictions, said epidemiologists. Click here to read…

China launches remote sensing on crops to forecast production and ensure food safety: Global Times
April 19, 2022

Chinese meteorologists launched monitoring and assessment services for winter wheat distribution across the country that is based on remote sensing satellite technology. The monitoring accuracy reached a resolution of 30 meters from space, and meteorology departments at the national, provincial, municipal and county levels have joined forces to promote such satellite technology applications, the Global Times learned from project insiders. Click here to read…

Chinese president to attend opening ceremony of BFA annual conference: People’s Daily
April 20, 2022

Chinese President Xi Jinping will attend the opening ceremony of the annual conference of the Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) via video link on Thursday and deliver a keynote speech, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying announced on Wednesday.
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Hong Kong’s elite join leadership candidate’s campaign as Beijing watches: Reuters
April 20, 2022

Hong Kong’s sole leadership candidate John Lee has picked nearly 150 heavyweights, including the city’s richest man Li Ka-shing and other powerful businessmen and politicians, to join his advisory teams to show broad support for his bid. Click here to read…

U.S., Japan, Australia show concern over China-Solomons security pact: Kyodo
April 20, 2022

The United States, Japan, Australia and New Zealand are concerned over a security pact between China and the Solomon Islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean, the White House said Tuesday, citing “serious risks” the move could pose to the region. Click here to read…

Volunteers step up to save at-risk pets in Shanghai: Taipei Times
April 20, 2022

With quarantine looming after a positive COVID-19 test, Shanghai resident Sarah Wang said that her first worry was who would look after her cat. China’s pursuit of “zero COVID-19” means anyone who catches the virus is sent to central facilities, sometimes for weeks, leaving their pets at the mercy of local authorities. Click here to read…

Economist Meng Fanli, 56, named Communist Party chief of China’s tech hub Shenzhen: South China Morning Post
April 20, 2022

A low-profile economist has been named to lead China’s southern tech hub of Shenzhen, after the city’s former Communist Party boss was promoted to provincial governor. The appointment of Meng Fanli, 56, was announced on Tuesday by the party in Guangdong province, state news agency Xinhua reported. He takes over from Wang Weizhong, who has been confirmed as governor of Guangdong after carrying out the dual role of acting governor and Shenzhen party chief since December. Click here to read…

Shanghai needs food, not TCM Covid-19 medicine Lianhua Qingwen: South China Morning Post
April 20, 2022

Chinese doctors raise doubts over the treatment’s effectiveness and question why millions of capsules were delivered to a city desperate for other supplies. The remedy is recommended in China’s national guidelines but doctors warn it could cause stomach and kidney problems in healthy people A leading neurologist in China has called for authorities to make it “very clear” whether traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) Lianhua Qingwen is effective against Covid-19 before giving it precedence over food and other essential deliveries to people in lockdown. At least 8 million boxes of Lianhua Qingwen capsules have been sent to Shanghai in its battle against the Omicron variant, at the same time as many of its 25 million people are struggling to find fresh vegetables, rice and masks. Click here to read…