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Chinese mainland reports 13 new confirmed COVID-19 cases
26th June 2020

 Chinese health authority said on Friday it received reports of 13 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases on the Chinese mainland on Thursday, including 11 domestically transmitted and two imported ones.

All the 11 domestically transmitted cases were reported in Beijing, the National Health Commission said in its daily report.
No deaths related to the disease were reported Thursday, according to the commission.
As of Thursday, the overall confirmed cases on the mainland had reached 83,462, including 389 patients who were still being treated, with eight in severe condition.
Altogether 78,439 people had been discharged from hospitals after recovery and 4,634 people had died of the disease, the commission said.
By Thursday, the Chinese mainland had reported a total of 1,895 imported cases. Of the cases, 1,811 had been discharged after recovery, and 84 remained hospitalized, including one in severe condition. No deaths from the imported cases had been reported.
The commission said three new suspected cases were reported in Beijing Thursday, bringing the total suspected cases to 10 in the country.
According to the commission, 8,044 close contacts were still under medical observation after 625 people were discharged from medical observation Thursday.
Five new asymptomatic cases, including four imported, were reported on the mainland Thursday, it said, adding that one asymptomatic case was re-categorized as a confirmed case.
The commission said 97 asymptomatic cases, including 57 imported, were still under medical observation.
By Thursday, 1,193 confirmed cases including seven deaths had been reported in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), 46 confirmed cases in the Macao SAR, and 447 in Taiwan including seven deaths.
A total of 1,088 patients in the Hong Kong SAR, 45 in the Macao SAR, and 435 in Taiwan had been discharged from hospitals after recovery.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 26, 2020
China still attractive to foreign investment despite COVID-19: AmCham Shanghai president
25th June 2020

 The COVID-19 pandemic will not change China's role as a hot investment destination with a flexible and robust economy, Ker Gibbs, president of American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai (AmCham Shanghai), told Xinhua in an interview.

Noting that China is still attractive to foreign companies, Gibbs said the package of measures the country has rolled out to lure and support foreign investment will help secure its role as an investment magnet.
"We were happy to see measures including trimming the negative list, optimizing the business environment and strengthening intellectual property protection," he said.
Figures by the National Bureau of Statistics showed that China's economic recovery continued to be on track with manufacturing, investment and consumer spending picking up, in keeping with Gibbs's observation.
"I was impressed by the flexibility and dexterity of China's economy," he said. "Some restaurants closed their dining rooms and kept the kitchen open for take-outs even though they've never done that before. Also, retailers accelerated their e-commerce businesses to adapt to the new situation," said Gibbs.
Gibbs was also surprised by how quickly domestic demand has recovered. "The Chinese market is quite big and there's still quite a lot of room to grow, even in the post-COVID-19 era," he said. "Most members of American Chamber of Commerce Shanghai have recovered quite well."
With regard to calls amid the pandemic for moving supply chains away from China, Gibbs believes that the country still has an irreplaceable role in the global supply chain with unique advantages in manufacturing and logistics.
A recent survey by AmCham Shanghai showed that in the short term, over 70 percent of respondents had no plans to relocate the production and supply chains from China due to COVID-19. In the long term, around 40 percent of respondents said they will keep their supply chains in China, while 52 percent said they had no plans to move out.
"There is no mass exodus (from the Chinese market) as a result of COVID-19. Our survey showed that companies are considering adjustments to their business strategy since COVID-19 has changed the way people viewed their supply chains as companies have put more focus on risk management," he added.
He also highlighted the importance of healthy and stable development of Sino-US economic and trade relations. "Nobody's happy about the trade tension between China and the United States, and we'd like to see it go away," he said. "At a time when COVID-19 is still threatening the global economy, I think it's important and helpful to uphold a spirit of cooperation."
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 25, 2020
Xi orders continued efforts to fight drugs
23rd June 2020

 Chinese President Xi Jinping has called for efforts to continue the tough anti-drug stance and the people's battle against drugs in a bid to make new progress in drug control.

Xi, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, made the important instruction to a conference held on Tuesday to commend organizations and individuals standing out in the nation's anti-drug work.
The commendation event was held in Beijing via video and teleconference ahead of the International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, which is observed annually on June 26.
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 23, 2020
Vlog: A grassroots official and his 'ace card'
22nd June 2020

 Maoping Village of Anhua County in Yiyang City, central China’s Hunan Province was once a typical poverty-stricken area for its mountainous geography, which lacked arable land and transport infrastructure.

Xie Shouping, an ex-soldier, came to the village serving as head of the poverty alleviation work team in 2018.
Xie played his ace to fight against poverty, making full use of local environmental advantages to develop characteristic industries including hennery, bamboo chopsticks manufacturing and tea processing. Two years later, he led the village out of poverty.
Since 2015, China has appointed young and excellent Party members or former cadres from government departments, organizations and enterprises to help with poverty alleviation of villages -- part of the country’s efforts to eliminate absolute poverty by 2020. They are called “the first Party secretaries.”
Source: Shanghai Daily, June 22, 2020

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