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both sides have the sincerity to solve the existing problems.
“The purpose decides everything,” Liu said, in English. “China wants a very equal and dignif
ied deal, and under this premise, a good, cooperative deal,” he said. “I hope our US colleagues would understand this.”
Liu said he believed both sides have a strong desire to reach a deal. “We need to work hard tog
ether to surpass the temporary difficult period of time, and then we’ll have a bright future,” he said.
Asked by China Daily how China and the US could help world economic growth, whose p
rospects have been already compromised by the escalation of trade tensions between the two countries, Liu said co
operation serves the interests of the two sides and the whole world, while conflict hurts both.
“We have tremendous common interests and many commo
n foes, only through cooperation could we solve these problems,” Liu said.
ng between 7 am and 11 am and to those entering the city from outside Beijing between 5 pm and 10 pm. Violators will be fined 100 yuan.
Also part of support measures for visitors to the event, construction of 11 temporary parking lots was completed earlier this mo
nth. The parking lots, with a total area of 106.04 hectares, can accommodate more than 20,000 vehicles.Tan Choon Ho
ng, a Malaysian man of Chinese descent, is deputy project manager of the Penang STP2 Project Management Office unde
r China Communication Construction (M) SDN BHD. His wife tells us how the company stimulates the develo
pment of the local economy, enriches the lives of local residents and makes overseas Chinese proud.
Every year, about 5,000 people with potentially deadly head and neck cancer come to S
un Yat-sen University Cancer Center, the world’s busiest medical facility treating the disease.
Ma Jun, a specialist in nasopharyngeal cancer who has worked at the
hospital in Guangdong province for 34 years, says every patient has a heart-wrenching story.
The State Council, China’s cabinet, said Wednesday it was necessary to amend laws and suppor
ting regulations and policies to ensure the implementation of the foreign investment law.
Draft amendments for administrative licensing law, trademark law, construction law and e
lectronic signature law were passed Wednesday at a State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang.
It was also decided at the meeting to submit the draft amendments to the Standing Comm
ittee of the National People’s Congress, China’s top legislature, for deliberation, according to a statement after the meeting.
Suggestions for revisions include adding the principle of “non-discrimination” in administrative lice
nsing, substantially raising the amount of compensation for infringing exclusive rights to use tradema
rks, and cutting approval time for applications for qualified construction permits.
Last month, the National People’s Congress passed the foreign investment law, a landmark legislation that will provide strong
er protection and a better business environment for overseas investors. The law will become effective on Jan 1, 2020.
GAZA – At least four Palestinians were killed and 316 injured on Saturday during day-long cla
shes with Israeli soldiers in eastern Gaza Strip, close to the border with Israel, medics said.
Gaza’s health ministry said in a statement that Bilal al-Najjar, 17, was critically wou
nded earlier on Saturday and succumbed to his sustained wounds later at night.
Al-Najjar joined the protests and rallies in the East of Kahn Younis town, close to the border with Israel in southern Gaza Strip.
Ashraf al-Qedra, health ministry spokesman in Gaza, said earlier said that Tammer Abu Al-Khe
ir, 17, was killed by Israeli soldiers’ gunfire in his chest e
ast of Khan Younis town in southern Gaza Strip, close to the border with Israel.
“Four were killed and 316 injured, including 64 injured by live gunshots, 16 by rubber bullets an
d the rest by tear gas,” said al-Qedra, adding that nine paramedics and four journalists were among the injuries.