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China: Daily Scan, September 29, 2021

Xi calls for accelerating building of world center for talent, innovation: Xinhuanet
September 28, 2021

Chinese President Xi Jinping has stressed efforts to implement the strategy on developing a quality workforce in the new era and to accelerate the work to build China into a major world center of professional talent and innovation. Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the remarks when speaking at a central conference on talent-related work, which was held on Monday and Tuesday. Click here to read

China’s newly launched experimental satellite experiences abnormalities: Xinhuanet
September 28, 2021

A Chinese experimental satellite sent into space on Monday has experienced abnormalities, and space engineers are investigating the cause.The satellite was launched at 4:20 p.m. (Beijing Time) on a Long March-3B carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.The satellite entered the planned orbit but showed abnormalities during flightClick here to read

China takes multiple measures to cope with power shortages: Xinhuanet
September 28, 2021

China has taken a slew of measures to cope with the emergency of tightened power supply to meet people’s power needs and ensure economic growth and social stability. Work teams have been dispatched to Beijing, Tianjin, Hebei, eastern Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and Hunan, the National Energy Administration (NEA) said. Click here to read

PLAAF cultivates pilots for intelligentized air battle: China Military
September 28, 2021

The International Military Flight Training Conference 2021 hosted by the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Air Force (PLAAF) was held in Zhuhai on September 27. Representatives from 49 countries attended the conference by either coming to the conference site or via video link. Twelve Chinese and foreign guests from military and civilian circles made speeches around the theme of “Talent, Innovation, Collaboration, Development”. Click here to read

China’s 2021 anti-piracy operation helps clean up cyberspace: People’s Daily
September 28, 2021

A national anti-piracy operation targeting copyright infringement on the internet has helped clean up cyberspace, an official statement said Tuesday.Copyright law enforcement departments at various levels have investigated 445 cases involving online copyright infringement, shutting down 245 illegal websites and mobile applications transmitting pirated content, and removing 618,300 web links with such content since the operation was launched in June, said the statement. Click here to read

Supersonic cruise missile ready for export: China Daily
September 29, 2021

China is ready to export one of its mightiest weapons a submarine-launched supersonic cruise missile system that has been deployed by the People’s Liberation Army Navy. The YJ-18E, an export version of the YJ-18, is on display at the 13th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, the largest arms show in the nation, which means its maker China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp has obtained government approval to sell the cutting-edge missile overseas. Click here to read

China’s most advanced stealth drones make air show debut: Global Times
September 28, 2021

Airshow China 2021’s opening ceremony on Tuesday attracted attention worldwide, with several of the most advanced China-made drones making their debuts, including the GJ-11 prototype, WZ-7 and WZ-8, which first appeared at the military parade at Tiananmen Square in Beijing in 2019, and experts said this shows China’s full confidence in its world-class unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology. Click here to read

Chinese EV battery maker CATL expands overseas investment: Global Times
September 29, 2021

Chinese electric vehicle (EV) battery giant Contemporary Amperex Technology Co (CATL) has made investments in a pair of major overseas projects, including an acquisition of a Canadian lithium company and investment in a joint lithium project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). CATL has agreed to purchase Canada’s Millennial Lithium Corp for C$376.8 million ($297.3 million), Reuters reported on Wednesday, citing the Canadian mining company. Click here to read

Huawei to recruit more ‘high-nose’ staff who master ‘foreign arms’ says CEO Ren Zhengfei: Global Times
September 29, 2021

Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei said in a company internal email sent on August 12 that Huawei will hire more foreign experts who possess advance skills and can join the development of the company and the country, which was made public on Tuesday. Ren joked using the friendly Chinese slang “high-nose” and mastering “foreign arms” to describe the foreign experts that Huawei is planning to recruit. Click here to read

China’s development finance double US’ but issues threaten belt and road, says report: South China Morning Post
September 29, 2021

China’s development financing has more than doubled that of the United States or any other major power, but if it wants to remain competitive its belt and road projects must address key concerns relating to debt and implementation, a new report said. The extensive analysis published by AidData, a research lab at William & Mary college, on Wednesday showed that China spent an average US$85.4 billion a year in the five years after the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) was launched in 2013, far outpacing the US at US$37 billion a year. Click here to read

China faces backlash on move to reduce abortions as Beijing tries to boost birth rate to counter ageing population: South China Morning Post
September 28, 2021

The Chinese government’s move to discourage abortions for “non-medical” purposes has been met by a public backlash, with many seeing this as an intrusive measure meant to raise the country’s birthrate. The State Council said on Monday it will: “reduce the rate of abortions needed for non-medical reasons”, as part of its efforts to improve women’s health, according to a series of new guidelines addressing issues related to women and children in the country. The policy did not elaborate on how this would be achieved. Click here to read

China calls a WTO solar ruling favoring the US ‘dangerous’: Taipei Times
September 29, 2021

China on Monday lambasted a WTO ruling in a row with the US over Washington’s measures to limit the import of solar panel cells, calling it “erroneous and dangerous.” A WTO panel handed a victory to the US earlier this month, rejecting all four of China’s claims and saying that the US measures did not breach global trade rules. China last week said that it would appeal the decision. Click here to read

China asking state-backed firms to pick up Evergrande assets: Reuters
September 29, 2021

Beijing is prodding government-owned firms and state-backed property developers such as China Vanke Co Ltd to purchase some of embattled China Evergrande Group’s assets, people with knowledge of the matter said. Evergrande, saddled with $305 billion in liabilities, is teetering on the brink of collapse. But the central government is unlikely to intervene directly to resolve Evergrande’s crisis in the form of a bailout, according to six people, including four in government and regulatory bodies. Click here to read